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Gender Equality

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Sabine Baron

on 9 October 2014

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Transcript of Gender Equality

Board Seats
13.7 %
13 %
4 %
CEO's
16.9 %
4.8 %
Board Seats
13.7 %
3.2%
13 %
4 %
House
of Dreams

House
of Reality
Globally,...
only
22
of 195 independent countries are led by women
women hold just
21.8%
of seats in parliaments worldwide
just
17
CEO's of the Global Fortune 500's are female
women account for only
10.5
percent of executive board members
External Barriers:

Flexibility and access to
child care
and
parental leave
Scarcity of
effective sponsors
: men have an easier time finding mentors and sponsors who are invaluable for career progression
Women have to
prove themselves
to a far greater extent than men do
Men seem to be
promoted
more likely based on potential, while women rather seem to be promoted based on past accomplishments
Internal Barriers:

Lack of believing in your abilities
Lack of self-confidence
Not reaching out enough and grapping opportunities
Not enough advocating for yourself
Perfectionism (e.g. being a perfect mother, wife and business woman at the same time...)
...

Siemens Managing Board
Global Business Leaders

Global Political Leaders
Siemens Managing Board
Global Business Leaders
Global Political Leaders
Women are also still underrepresented at the top of US, European or German companies
....and how is it at home?
Women do a lot more routine housework than men — an average of
173
minutes per day, compared to just
71
minutes for men (OECD survey of 29 countries, 2014)
In the US, if husband and wife are employed full-time, the mother does
40 %
more child care and
30 %
more housework than the father

Who runs the world?
Women face external barriers....
But there are not only external barriers....
Internal Barriers
What can we do to achieve...
...this?
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP = Women Power
WP
WP
WP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP = Men Power
1 MP + n MP = (1+n) MP
MP
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP + MP = GP = Gender Power
WP
WP
WP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
1 WP + n WP = (1+n) WP
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP = Women Power
WP
WP
WP
(1+n) WP + (1+ n) MP =
2
x (1+n)
GP
Where are you looking to anticipate change?
What is the diversity measure of your network?
Are you courageous enough to abandon the past?
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