Moving Up The Ladder: Why Successful Workplaces Are Putting Women In The Lead
Although these issues are not at all exclusive to the printing industry, we need to work to:
- Increase the number of qualified female leaders
- Create an equal-opportunity environment that cultivates the diverse talents of everyone
We’ve come a long way from a once predominately male skewed workforce, and the inclusion of more women in the graphic arts workforce, especially as executives, has created many positive effects, including a wider range of perspectives and problem-solving skills. These factors lead to a greater competitive advantage.
Announcement: Congratulations to all of the 2014-2015 PGSF Scholarship recipients. See the list of future graphic arts leaders, including 117 young women, here.
Will today’s female graphic arts students be the ones to create more positive change in the future? How can we ensure women have equal opportunities? Share your thoughts here!