Management of QoL for women in the East after financial tsunami in 2008 is seldom studied for improving spiritual health of women. With these findings in 2012, it is time to re-visit the QoL of women in Hong Kong and the kinds of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development (SD) activities of organizations that committed to promote well-being to women and staff members at large. Female employees are one of the largest labour force groups that should not be overlooked, especially creating and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment for productivity and well-being. Designing activities to enhance the QoL, women in the workplace is a growing trend under a human-based organization.
Recently, the author has been invited to attend a round table discussion by the Legislative Councilor, Mr, Horace Cheung, April, 2017 about the 5 billion budget in the education sector. During the discussion with educators from kindergarten, primary, secondary and higher education, the author emphasized the importance of understanding the key elements of ecosystem of Sustainable Development (SD), including establishing a policy with incentives to faculty membersí capacity building on conducting analysis on future labor market 2020. In fact, women labor force, well-being, and productivity are all inter-related and they are the hot issues in developing and developed countries. Hence, both the public and private sectors in both developed and developing countries need to explore the key elements affecting the quality of life (QoL) and the well-being of women, the social and cultural factors leading to successful women leadership, and the ecosystem of women productivity and women leadership styles.
Dr Shirley Yeung (middle) with Prof. Clouse (left) and Prof. Hugh (right), Denver University, US.
4 May 2017, International Conference on Corporate Governance and Sustainable Development, Hong Kong
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Dr. Shirley Yeung
Fellowship, CCIBA, 2014
IEMA approved Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner, 2015
United Nations (UN) PRME Working Group Member, The Sustainability Mindset, since 2015
Nominee, UN Lhange Maker, 2016
Excellent Teaching Award, School of Decision Sciences, Hang Seng Magt College, 2016
Winner, The 2nd Global Young Leadership Award, Asia Week, 2017