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Improving female labor force participation in productive economic activities and increasing the number of women in leadership positions are critical for productivity growth. In the Asia-Pacific, women continue to be underrepresented in leadership positions and still hold fewer than 45% of leadership positions in most sectors, including the public sector, and their untapped potential undermines national competitiveness (McKinsey & Company, 2021).
There is a need to sensitize policymakers and government representatives to the importance of increasing the representation of women in managerial positions. Adopting more inclusive policies, promoting the presence of women as dynamic leaders, and supporting female leadership role models should all be priorities for public organizations.
This conference will examine how women’s leadership in public-sector organizations can improve organizational performance, increase productivity, and address gender equality gaps.
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