Oh, you thought you'd already seen The Rundown today, huh? Well. Sure. That's true. But you didn't think we forgot about International Women's Day did you?
Nope, it's just that all of the good stories this week about the power of women's involvements and investments usually get shared on the day itself, so we needed to be patient and and read all the ones we could get our hands on in order to share the best of the best with you later in the day.
Oh yes, Team Rhinocorn is crafty! And extremely pro-women. So here is the best of the best we got to read today -- and there were many to choose from.
- Data? Who loves data? WE love data! You love data! And if you don't, you need to take it out to a nice dinner, enjoy some wine, share common interests and schedule a future date for a few days later.
- This fantastic article from the Triple Pundit team talks about the gender and data gap influencing the global market of female leadership and the future of sustainable development goals - a set of UN global goals that affect you, me and everyone in-between.
- 3 MIN READ
- Christine Lagarde, Managing Director at International Monetary Fund, highlights the current research findings and case for more businesses cases to be made on the global empowerment of women.
- Don't just make the case, make the business case... Team Rhinocorn thinks healthy intent and debate is always great, but when it comes down to effective change, topics like diversity and gender empowerment or investment requires the tact and intent of building a business case.
- 3 MIN READ
- Our friends over at Benevity wrote a fantastic article highlighting their #BeBoldForChange campaign to support the power of women as business leaders.
- As a Canadian headquartered company, they showcase a larger North American vision of growing and addressing leadership that crosses lots of boarders.
- 2 MIN READ
- The npENGAGE team takes a distinctively nonprofit approach to identifying ways to make a difference every day on the issues of advancing women's and girl's leadership and empowerment.
- Which got us thinking... What are you doing today, tomorrow and for the foreseeable future when it comes to the intent and direction of you or your organization's efforts to instill and promote gender and women's equality?
- 1.5 MIN READ
"The difference between a broken community and a thriving one is the presence of women who are valued."
Michelle Obama, First African American FLOTUS, mother, author, lawyer