The Importance Of Achieving Gender Equality In The Fashion Sector
This is a notes-only lesson. We look at the Sustainable Development Goal No.5: Achieving Gender Equality and Empower All Women and Girls, and how the targets and indicators for development fit within the fashion and textile industry.
What should you be aware of as a creative business owner or employee of a fashion company when addressing the issue of gender inequality across your workplace and supply chain? What examples are there of product businesses using issues under the gender equality banner to push the targets positively onwards?
In this lesson you will learn:
- About the aims of the UN Sustainable Development Goal 5 and how it relates to the fashion and textiles industry
- What you, as a creative business owner or employee in a fashion company, need to be aware of in terms of gender equality and your rights
- About creative businesses already working to address issues of gender inequalities
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Five tips to stay confident and resilient as a business ownerwith Natalie Hall
What tools and thoughts do you need to equip yourself with as a business owner in order to feel confident and resilient? In order to speak out for yourself, for those in your supply chain and for your idea, you need to be able to be agile and strong. What does this mentally take when trying to organise your work and personal life?
Natalie Hall is an accredited career, leadership and executive coach who specialises in wellbeing, emotional intelligence and resilience coaching for entrepreneurs and leaders. She is the director of coaching business Elevate Her and coaching practice for organisations Elevate Leaders, as well as co-founder of wellbeing and leadership programme, Uprising. In this lesson, Natalie provides five tips with practical advice that will help you as a creative entrepreneur build confidence and resilience to fight your fights.
This is a 6-minute Lesson.