Celebrating gender diversity during March

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WoMen March - Together

Celebrating gender diversity during March

Deloitte in the Middle East has long championed this day, using it as a platform to raise awareness on women empowerment and advancement in the workplace.

We will dedicate the month of March to leverage the ‘WoMen March - Together’ program. This program aims to engage both men and women under one umbrella, one cause, so that together we drive change. 

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What business executives really think about women leaders in the GCC

This report represents the culmination of a study carried out between October 2015 and January 2016.  The study objectives were to identify and analyze attitudes and perceptions of high-level, professional male and female leaders in the GCC region with regards to women's progress to senior management positions and board level.

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The radical transformation of diversity and inclusion

The millennial influence

​Millennials are unique in viewing cognitive diversity as essential for an inclusive culture that supports engagement, empowerment, and authenticity–and they’re rejecting current programs and frameworks organizations are using today to foster inclusiveness. Instead, millennials value inclusion as a critical tool that enables business competitiveness and growth, and as millennials flood leadership ranks, their perspectives will demand a shift in traditional diversity and inclusion models.

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Missing Pieces Report: The 2016 Board Diversity Census of Women and Minorities on Fortune 500 Boards

Despite modest gains, women and minorities see little change in representation on Fortune 500 boards

This multi-year study published by the Alliance for Board Diversity (ABD), in collaboration with Deloitte for the 2016 census, provides powerful metrics on the slow change of diversity in the boardroom, and may help to guide corporations and advocates toward future improvements in minority and women board participation.

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