She Inspires Us!

She Inspires Us!

International Women’s Day is celebrated in honour of women’s contributions to society, economy, culture, and politics.

The theme for 2023 is DigitALL: Innovation and Technology for gender equality.  The theme for Women History month 2023 is Celebrating Women who Tell our Stories.

According to the United Nations (UN), women make up only 22 percent of artificial intelligence (AI) workers globally.  A global analysis of 133 AI systems across industries found that 44.2 percent demonstrate gender bias, and a survey of women journalists from 125 countries found that 73 percent had suffered online violence in the course of their work. There is still work to be done. For work related matter the Economist has put together a glass-ceiling index.

In the STEM area, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, where women still are only 27% of workforce, there are still some bias rooted as shared in this Big Think Article. To create a great place to work for all they outline some actions that can help; Be ok with being uncomfortable, reflect on what you don’t know, invite feedback, defensiveness doesn’t help, grow from mistakes, expect that change takes time.

When using machine learning to identify gender stereotypes in an INSEAD shared research they found that organisations that appointed a female CEO saw a whopping 70% increase in the association between women and leadership traits.

To meet some inspiring leaders, we invite all Board Members , men and women, to join the Boardroom Creativity event on March 10 at 8-9, with female inspiring Chair Fennemiek Gommer and Chair Anne-Mike Eggenkamp.

Following the story telling theme, and grateful to all amazing women progressing the world to a better place, we like to highlight inspiring women shared at Digoshen podcast and blog;

And from the INSEAD Sweden Alumni Blog

We know that role models are important and we also like to highlight some other trailblazing women

The amazing ThisLittleGirlIsMe initiative has the ambition to show role models to girls, but they are as inspiring to all of us.
The Digoshen Founder Liselotte Engstam has also shared her #ThisLittleGirlIsMe story.

Finding more inspiration

Happy International Women’s Day to all incredible women! Shine on and Power on…Not just today but every day!


This blog post was originally shared at the blog of Digoshen,  and the blog of the Digoshen founder

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