Feminist Ethics

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Feminist Ethics
1 men and women have different approaches
2 Interpersonal relations
2.1 feminists use a different approach

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  • feminists use a different approach by looking at a network of interpersonal relations.  the primary goal is to avoid harm and maintain healthy relationships
3 intuition and feelings important
4 prioritise empathy
5 care for one another
6 maintain healthy relationships
7 DAVIES REPORT 4 BUSINESS REASONS FOR DIVERSITY
7.1 IMPROVED CORPORATE PERFORMANCE - A COMBINATION OF BACKGROUNDS AND EXPERIENCES MAKES FOR A WIDER GROUP OF SKILLS FOR MAKING ROUNDER DECISIONS
7.2 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE - HAVING WOMEN ON BOARDS LEADS TO GREATER EMPHASIS BEING PLACED ON CORPORATE GOVERNENACE BEING MORE LIKELY TO ADOPT GUIDANCE AND BE ASSERTIVE WHEN EVALUATIONG PERFORMANCE
7.3 WIDER TALENT POOL - IN THE US AND EUROPE MORE THAN HALF OF GRADUATES ARE WOMEN. THAT PROPORTION OF THE SKILLED WORKFORCE CANNOT BE IGNORED
7.4 MARKET RESPONSIVENESS - CLIENTS AND CUSTOMERS RESPOND BETTER TO SOME WOMEN BEING IN A BUSINESS THAN A MALE DOMINATED WORKFORCE
8 DAVIES REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS
8.1 BY SEPT 2011 FTSE 350 CHAIRMEN TO ANNOUNCE ASPRIATIONAL GOALS FOR THE PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN AIM TO HAVE ON BOARDS IN 2013 AND 2015 FTSE 350 SHOULD AIM FOR AT LEAST 25% BY 2015 IN 2012 CORP GOV STATEMENT CEOS TO REVIEW % OF WOMEN ON EXEC CTTES FOR 2013 AND 2015 LISTED COMPANIES TO PUT INPLACE A BOARDROOM DIVERSITY POLICY - QUOTED COMPANIES TO DISCLOSE THE PROPORTION OF FEMALE BOARD MEMBERS, SENIOR EXECS AND WOMEN IN WHOLE ORGANISATION

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