17January2018

 

Pinnacle

  • Changing the Guard
    Changing the Guard AWiB proudly presents our President for the year 2018—Metasebia Shewaye Yilma, affectionately known as Meti.Meti is a dynamic individual whose unrelenting character and creative mind will take AWiB several notches…
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  • New Forces of AWiB
    New Forces of AWiB AWiB is progressive and proactive. AWiB self-reflects and transforms. AWiB faces challenges strategically and ensures sustainability. AWiB’s Strategic Leadership Team – SLT – is a concrete evidence of its tenacious…
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Latest News

Empowering women’s leadership is trendy, but how can the movement get some real traction?

When it comes to leadership development, a focus on women is all the rage.

As an executive coach working with senior leaders in Fortune 500 companies, I have seen a noticeable uptick in the interest in developing female leaders. Companies are boasting about their efforts to attract and retain women, and we see more and more female-centric lists popping up: the most powerful women, spotlights on up-and-coming women, and companies where women want to work.

Source: https://www.fastcompany.com/3035263/why-most-leadership-development-programs-for-women-fail-and-how-to-change

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The equality gap between men and women would take 100 years to close at its current rate, an economic monitoring group has suggested.

It is the first time that data from the World Economic Forum (WEF) has shown a year-on-year worsening of the gender gap since it began charting it in 2006.

The report ranks 144 countries by economic opportunities, education, political participation and health.

Women are measured as having 68% of the chances and outcomes that men have.

This is slightly down from the 68.3% measured last year.

The group predicts that it would a century to close all areas of equality it monitors globally, well up from the 83 years predicted in 2016.

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Source:http://www.bbc.com/news/world-41844875 


Classes in Nairobi aim to teach boys and young men what constitutes harassment - and how to intervene if they spot it happening on public transport. The people behind the Kenyan scheme say it's been successful but does it have an effect outside of the classroom? Read More ....

A blind female Ethiopian lawyer has been named a joint winner of the 2017 Right Livelihood Award, also known as Sweden’s alternative Nobel Prize.

The 35-year-old human rights lawyer Yetnebersh Nigussie was on Tuesday awarded 3 million Swedish crowns ($374,000) which will be shared among the three joint winners.

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