Perhaps some of us would like to change the current state of the world – 2020 threw everything we’ve known upside down and gave it a good shake. What’s still here? Well, if nothing else, you are. You’re here and you’d still like to be a great leader, in a wildly unpredictable time.
In this month’s episode of our ‘Tips and Opinions’ series, coach and leadership expert Anahita Moghaddam shares some advice on what it means to be an effective leader and the benefits of mind training and awareness. To watch her video, click just below!
Why should CEOs become ‘Chief Empathy Officers’?Greta Rossi, changemaker, facilitator and coach, answers all of these questions and more in exclusive Tips & Opinions video!
Motivation is one of the keys to maintaining a high quality commitment to a company. Knowing how to identify employees’ needs can help managers make the right decisions to motive them. Several theories have been put forward in an effort to get to grips with this source of human “strength”, including the “hierarchy of needs” developed by the American psychologist Abraham Maslow. Let’s take a closer look at it what it really is, how it is used, and how it has been criticized.
Discover the TedTalk from Dalia Feldheim, speaker at EVE Asia. She courageously made passion her edge and strives to bring her purpose and passion into work every day with her commitment to women empowerment and she is proud director of the awardwinning women-empowerment campaigns- AlwaysLikeAGirl global, and TouchThePickle India.
We have two key issues on our agenda today: women and the environment, and we’re looking to see if there could be a connection between the two.
The approach taken by the ecofeminism movement interconnects the challenges of women’s empowerment with the challenges of environmental protection. But what is the ecofeminist movement really about? How did it get started? Who are its followers and figureheads? How does it make a difference? And what criticism has it drawn? The EVE webmagazine team takes a closer look.
Stereotypes can thwart how we analyze situations and though we might not realize, influence our choices. The good news is that we can do something about it! Here are some tips to protect yourself as far as possible against decision-making bias.
Sometimes nicknamed “empathy neurons” or “Gandhi neurons”, mirror neurons are understood to be what causes contagious yawning and the perception of non-verbal language.
“We are working very hard to get women out of the stereotypes they’ve put them in,” states Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, CEO of 20-first.