Business & Entrepreneurship

Corporate social responsibility today is viewed as a business imperative that provides opportunities for building customer/brand loyalty while also addressing some of the world’s greatest challenges, such as climate change, sustainable development and fair trade. The biggest hurdle for business leaders is how to align corporate social responsibility with the bottom line. Research shows that women, more often than men, generally view their careers in terms of the impact they can have on society. CSR programs can motivate and contribute to job satisfaction, not only for women, but for all employees.

Re:Gender Resources

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In her recent article, "A Case for Gender Lens Investing," NCRW Board Member Emerita Jacki Zehner poses the question, "When women hold...
July 23, 2009 posted by Hunter McCord*When we close our eyes and think of a family, most of us will assign to it the image of a different-sex married...
July 24, 2009 posted by Amy Sueyoshi*This Sunday (July 26) while others will be celebrating National Parent’s Day, I will be honoring my...

News

  • March 22, 2008

    Women now manage 10 of the 50 largest endowments and foundations — or 20 percent — compared with 4 a decade ago, and oversee a combined $60.6 billion.


  • Warning To Businesses: Keeping Female Talent Means 'Doing the Right Thing,' Survey Finds

  • Making a Difference for Women Awards Dinner 2011