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2 March, 2021
It’s been estimated that collective action to improve gender parity could add $13 trillion to the global GDP by 2030. The data shows that gender parity is a key to growth at the global, community, and business levels. And the negative economic impact of gender inequality was only exacerbated by the pandemic. In this conversation, learn how organizations can transparently battle wage gaps and enhance strategies to hire, retain and advance female leaders.
David A. Dye, PhD
David Dye is a Program Director at The Conference Board and President, Dye Leadership Consulting LLC. He has over 35 years of leadership and management consulting experience contributing to the improved performance of employees, work teams, and organizations. As a certified Executive Coach, David...Full Bio