It is celebrated to put women’s issues in the spotlight. While we have come a long way since 1956, we are still far from reaching 50:50 representation in the boardroom, in political leadership and even in the bedroom. While there are sexist jokes about ‘women wearing the pants’ in many male/female relationships, there are still many parts of South African society that are still incredibly patriarchal and discriminatory against women, still seeing them as ‘belongings’ to do with as they see fit or to have power exercised over them taking away their right to choose.
To be a strong country we need both men and women to be treated equally, to have access to the same opportunities, the same pay, the same education and the same personal protection.
Women’s Day is a time when victories and progress in these areas are celebrated and those requiring more work are highlighted. It is also an opportunity to recognise anyone who is championing the empowering women and gender equality. We need to know who these modern day heroes are.
Book a presentation for your female executives this year
With the focus on Women’s Day celebrations during August, this is the ideal time to book a motivational speaker to inspire your female executives.
As an inspirational speaker, best-selling author and a woman, I can offer you a number of solutions to meet your requirements:
Get Outta Your Head team building workshop – helping people reconnect with each other as human beings rather than human doings. Click here for more info.
Parenting on the Run – for working parents who want to learn how to cheat time and connect with their children despite their busyness. Click here for more info.
Brand You – good personal branding in the workplace can give your team the edge in sales, marketing, client retention and customer service – this workshop is especially for network marketing and direct selling companies and franchise operations. Click here for more info.
To discuss your womens day celebration requirements further email me at firstname.lastname@example.org