Focus: The gender dividend
Making the business case for investing in women
In the past, a country's competitiveness was focused on its natural resources, but today, the most critical factor in growing and rebuilding global economies is talent. With the rise of talent as a dominant business issue, one factor cannot be ignored: the significant potential of women. Developing, promoting, and retaining female talent across both the private and public sectors can be a key success factor in transforming companies, countries, and even the global economy as a whole.
To learn more about the critical role of women in today's global economy and Deloitte's commitment to growing and retaining female talent, explore the resources below.
|The gender dividend: Making the business case for investing in women
This Global Public Sector report lays out the rationale behind why governments and organizations must look to women as key to their economic growth.
|Women in the boardroom: A global perspective
This report from Deloitte's Global Center for Corporate Governance compares the current percentage of women on boards around the world and examines legislative efforts in this area across 12 countries.
|Paths to power: Advancing women in government
Leading isn't always easy but this group of women have risen to the challenge. Learn more about their paths and perspectives in these resources from the global Public Sector group.
|Mass Career Customization
By implementing MCC, organizations can move closer to creating a corporate lattice model that better meets today's talent management needs.
|Not business as usual: Realities for professional women
Sally D'Amato, Principal in the Deloitte U.S. firm Consulting federal practice discusses the application of the Gender Dividend business case to individual career growth.
|Transforming business through the leadership of women
Sharon Allen, Chairman of the Board, Deloitte LLP, challenges you, your business, and your nation to invest in women as business leaders.
|How women can help you beat the competition
Anne Weisberg, Director of Talent, Deloitte Services LP, explores how investing in women—both as workers and as consumers—is one of the best levers for creating competitive advantage.
|Gender Equality: The SMART thing to do
A film from Harvard Kennedy School's Women and Public Policy Program featuring Anne Weisberg, Director of Talent, Deloitte Services LP, discussing gender and the shifting workforce.
|Podcast: Talent can trump bias
Sally D'Amato, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Lead Client Service Partner for the U.S Department of State, and Anne Weisberg, director of talent for the Deloitte U.S. firm's talent organization and co-author of Mass Career Customization, discuss the rising role of women in government and how the public sector has served as a model for attracting and retaining female talent.
|Deloitte Women's Initiative
Deloitte LLP in the U.S. is recognized as a leader in advancing women and as an employer of choice, thanks in large part to its "waging change" 18 years ago when it launched the "Initiative for the Retention and Advancement of Women." Learn how the program has evolved into a powerful engine for innovation.
|Deloitte LLP receives Catalyst award
Deloitte's U.S. member firm recently received the 2010 Catalyst award, honoring its innovative, effective, measurable initiatives to advance women in the workplace.
Women's Economic Empowerment Principals
Empowering women in the workplace, marketplace, and community.
The Shriver Report
A study on the effects of Alzheimer's on women.
Diversity and inclusion at Deloitte
A key priority.