What exactly does “resilience” really mean? Where did the idea originate? How can we develop our own resilience? What criticism has the concept of resilience received? Let’s take a look.
We are really glad to organize our Twitter Chat on “Unlocking Leadership Opportunities for Women in Africa”. All six lead participants took part and it generated a lively and stimulating discussion.
What if the real problem wasn’t the stereotypes, but how they influence our decision-making? How can we help individuals free themselves of decision-making biases to enhance the collective imagination?
What exactly is the right to error, and how does it apply to the business world? We take a closer look.
Barbara Lavernos is Executive Vice-President Operations at L’Oréal and a member of the Executive Committee. A year after her noteworthy talk at EVE International 2017, she takes a look back at her career path and gives us a glimpse of her vision of leadership.
The second african edition will take place in Dakar from November 27th to 29th! The program is packed with useful, inspiring and enjoyable sessions, and once again proves that if we start by changing ourselves, we can bring about change in our world.
The central role of female empowerment in development priorities reflects a shift towards a global consciousness recognizing the urgency of reducing gender inequality, both economically and politically. Nayé Bathily explains what ways are the most effective to improve gender equality, empower women and eradicate poverty.
Part 2: Gina Heng’s main advice for women is not to wait until you feel ready to start to control and grow your finances because that day will never come. Instead, you can take action today. Discover her advice.
Part 1: The relationship between women and money is very lopsided. While women are the world’s most powerful consumers today, we earn, control, and invest significantly less than men. What makes overcoming financial barriers so challenging for women, even after all these years of increasing equality in various fields?
For the third consecutive year, L’Oréal has been named one of the world’s leading companies in inclusion and diversity by Thomson Reuters.