Compared to their male counterparts, women occupy significantly lower positions in public and private sectors in Middle East and North Africa (MENA). This gender inequality in corporate spheres has negatively impacted organizational growths and economic advancements in the MENA region, contributing to complacence among women who could have been very entrepreneurial to change the economic fortunes of the region.
With emerging gender parity across the world, women who get reskilled via executive trainings are taking centre-stage in political governance, corporate organizations, and academic/religious endeavours. MENA women are shaping the future and becoming national and global leaders as a result of constant executive development.
With targeted leadership trainings, women can reach their fullest potential within institutional environments created by organizations and governments. They can drive strategic development in the public sphere and in the private sector, contributing to SDGs that drive national progress and regional growths. Women’s empowerment may guarantee gender equity in the long run, and help ensure quiet confidence, studied discomfort, and constant improvement for women who must excel in a traditionally male-dominated society.