Michelle Boockoff-Bajdek on The Pink Pandemic: A Recovery Plan for Women, Allies, and Organizations

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As we return to the workforce, it's our collective responsibility to ignite meaningful, sustainable change for all. And that means diving deeper than data - and finding solutions to combat the "Pink Pandemic." In this course, Michelle Boockoff-Bajdek, Chief Marketing Officer at Skillsoft, will present three key pillars that can support women, advance them in the workplace, and help them regain the ground lost to the pandemic.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Acquire insights on how it's possible to support women, advance them in the workplace, and help them regain the ground lost to the pandemic.
    Acquire insights on how women help themselves regain power and influence through connection, competency, and community.
    Acquire insights on the importance of effective allyship.
  • Acquire insights on how organizations must take responsibility for enabling women's career development and driving sustainable change.
    Acquire insights on how to drive meaningful change toward gender parity.

IN THIS COURSE

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    1.  The Pink Pandemic: Introduction
    4m 21s
    Although COVID-19 has upended the lives of almost everyone in the world, data indicate the crisis has disproportionately affected women in all facets of their lives, both professionally and personally. However, it's possible to support women, advance them in the workplace, and help them regain the ground lost to the pandemic. FREE ACCESS
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    2.  Pillar 1: Empowering Women
    3m 56s
    As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, women have lost decades of ground in terms of leadership development and financial security.  Although this has been a seismic blow for women, it is also an opportunity to reboot unfair systems and call out for change. Women help themselves regain power and influence through connection, competency, and community. Find out about these three key pillars on which we can rebuild. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Pillar 2: Effective Allyship
    3m 29s
    As we work together to address the gender gap exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, it's essential to recognize the importance of effective allyship.  Allies are those who are in a position of power to advocate for women.  It is vital that we all engage in intentional allyship to enact real change, focusing on the three primary areas of awareness, advocacy, and action.  FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Pillar 3: Organizational Responsibility
    4m 20s
    Although gender disparity is nothing new - especially in the C-suite and at other levels of power - the impact on women has been magnified by the pandemic, limiting their opportunities, and turning back the clock on progress.  Organizations must take responsibility for enabling women's career development and driving sustainable change. To build a strong pipeline of female talent at all levels of leadership, organizations should focus on three key areas: empowerment, enablement, and engagement. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  The Pink Pandemic: Conclusion
    2m 52s
    True gender parity will be when women in leadership roles are not viewed as privileged, but as simply occupying the natural place that rewards their competency, knowledge, and hard work. Women are resilient. And we have the power to lift women up and to regain the ground that we've lost during the pandemic. Find out how to drive meaningful change toward gender parity. FREE ACCESS

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