A seminal new book on the transformative power of female inclusion in the Arab workforce. Game Changers: How Women in the Arab World Are Changing the Rules and Shaping the Future is the first book of its kind, and showcases the transformative power of having women in the workforce across the Arab world. The authors talk about the challenges and successes of women in this region, address commonly held stereotypes and myths surrounding this subject, and provide a bold view on actions that can be taken to support greater gender diversity and inclusion at work and in our societies. Complemented by inspiring interviews with leaders in the region, Game Changers highlights why the ongoing inclusion of women in workplaces is no longer just the 'right' thing to do, but also the 'smart' thing to do. List of Featured Interviewees: Maha Al Ghunaim / Dr Natasha Ridge / Badr Jafar / Moritz Hartmann / Liliane Kanaan / Sofana Dahlan / Dr Leila Hoteit / Maysoun Ramadan / Dr Muna AbuSulayman / Donna Sultan / Manal Al Bayat / Raja Easa Al Gurg / Noor Sweid / Farah Al Qaissieh / Raha Moharrak / Khalid Alkhudair About the Authors: David B. Jones and Radhika Punshi co-founded the Talent Enterprise, the region's premier human capital 'think' and 'do' tank. Experts in HR, consulting and organizational psychology, they are well regarded as thought leaders and pioneers in supporting diversity and inclusion at work. Previously, they co-authored the bestselling book Unlocking the Paradox of Plenty: A Review of the Talent Landscape in the Arab World and Your Role in Shaping the Future. Sophie Le Ray is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Naseba, a business facilitation expert in emerging markets. With over twenty years of experience organizing business conferences around the world, she also founded the Women In Leadership Forum, a socio-economic platform that promotes gender diversity in leadership positions.
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