National Business Women’s Week® (NBWW)
October 22, 2014 7:30AM – 10:00AM
Byron’s South End
Charlotte, North Carolina
NBWW:...
NBWW is a nationwide salute to all
working women and provides an
opportunity to discuss:
• the needs of working women
• sh...
“Companies with a diverse corporate structure are poised for greater success in
today’s increasingly complex global market...
Sharing Information About
Successful Workplace Policies
Gender Diversity and Corporate Performance, Credit Suisse
Why Dive...
Raise Awareness of Resources
for Women
Women’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor
White House Council on Women and Girls
Cat...
Women-Owned Businesses Adapt and Emerge Stronger
The Gender Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI 6.2014)
Th...
A Diverse and Inclusive Workforce is Critical for Success
The Top 10 Economic Facts of Diversity in the Workplace
Gender D...
National Business Women's Week 2014 Honoring Working Women
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National Business Women's Week 2014 Honoring Working Women

Business and Professional Women honor working women and their employers the third week of October by celebrating National Business Women's Week. This year we discuss diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
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  • 1. National Business Women’s Week® (NBWW) October 22, 2014 7:30AM – 10:00AM Byron’s South End Charlotte, North Carolina NBWW: Honoring the contributions of working women and the employers who support working women and their families Document prepared by Vilma Betancourt-O’Day, NBWW Charlotte 2014 Chair
  • 2. NBWW is a nationwide salute to all working women and provides an opportunity to discuss: • the needs of working women • share information about successful workplace policies • raise awareness of resources available for women • highlight the progress made by women business owners
  • 3. “Companies with a diverse corporate structure are poised for greater success in today’s increasingly complex global markets.” Barbara J. Krumsiek, President, CEO & Chair of Calvert Investments, Inc., A Survey of Corporate Diversity Practices of the S&P 100, March 2013 Women have been a growing factor in the success of the U.S. economy since the 1970s Crossing the Chasm to Senior Leadership Breaking Barriers in the Workplace is Not a One-Woman Battle Millennial Women are Changing the World for the Better The needs of working women
  • 4. Sharing Information About Successful Workplace Policies Gender Diversity and Corporate Performance, Credit Suisse Why Diversity Matters in the Workplace, Dan Schwabel Diversity & Inclusion The Faces of Our Success, Compass Group Committed to Diversity, Publix Diversity, Inclusion & Fairness Programs & Policies , Coca-Cola Company Advancing Women, IBM Executive Research Study
  • 5. Raise Awareness of Resources for Women Women’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor White House Council on Women and Girls Catalyst, Changing Workplaces. Changing lives. McKinsey & Company Women Matter Institute for Women’s Policy Research Wellesley Centers for Women
  • 6. Women-Owned Businesses Adapt and Emerge Stronger The Gender Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI 6.2014) The 2013 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report (AmEx) Why the World Needs Women Entrepreneurs Ready to Grow: A Snapshot of Women Small Business Owners (BPW Foundation) Highlight the Progress Made by Women Business Owners
  • 7. A Diverse and Inclusive Workforce is Critical for Success The Top 10 Economic Facts of Diversity in the Workplace Gender Diversity in Top Management: Moving Corporate Culture, Moving Boundaries There’s No Excuse for Not Hiring Women The Women’s Leadership Gap Join us as we Celebrate NBWW and Honor all Working Women

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