In this episode of Thinking Reimagined®️, Dr. Ama, Executive Director, Live Abundantly!®️ and Ms Abi Sotuminu, Founder of PATISS discuss with Nifemi Oguntoye the policies which hamper gender parity in the workplace and dearth in the level of female professionals in so-called 'male dominated’ professions.
The discussants also addressed the scholarships for female Nigerian surveying female students in higher institutions of learning in a bid to change the perceptions of women in certain career.
The scholarships honour the First and only Female Surveyor General of Nigeria, Mrs. Olayinka Omolabake Adekoya.
In concluding episode Dr. Ama discusses gender parity in the workplace, marketplace and community, at a time, when women are dealing with the side effects of the shadow pandemic, remote work platforms and economic downtown.
In this episode Dr. Ama discusses gender parity in the workplace, marketplace and community, at a time, when women are dealing with the side effects of the shadow pandemic, remote work platforms and economic downtown.
Dr. Ama poignantly addresses these issues which globally affect women in the social, economic and political spheres. Keeping the spotlight on inequity, inequality and biases can give rise to change at the micro and macro levels of society thus we can achieve an equitable and inclusive society.
In this episode, Dr. Ama takes a look at the mindset in society, noting that while the world has achieved much in recent history on the path to gender equality, we have a long way to go to ensure equal endowments, participation, and voice for women.
The stakes are even higher now that the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is ravaging the world, as times of great crisis often put women on the front lines.
In this episode of Thinking Reimagined ®, Dr. Ama talks about the culture of rape in society and how it continues to rob millions of their innocence, taking a look at the problems and proffering solutions in the process.
We live in a patriarchal society where religious and cultural issues prevent women from speaking up.
In this episode, Dr. Ama talks about bias and discrimination against women and girls and how a change in mindset would eradicate the shadow pandemic.
In this maiden episode, Dr. Ama explains why we should turn our attention to our most invaluable assets - The People, those who invest their skill-sets, knowledge and time to ensure our organisations THRIVE