This special focus invites the reader to discover different perspectives on this idea: what does self-development mean for leaders, particularly women? What are some good ways to achieve it?
In this article, Zoe Kinias encourages everyone to recognise the diversity of experiences among women in Asia. In an effort to dispel stereotypes, let’s examine the realities for Asian women in different professional settings.
South Korea (Korea) has accomplished outstanding economic success, becoming the 11th largest economy in the world. However, the country’s women leaders are still considered token because only a small number of women take leadership positions in almost every corner of society.
We are really glad to organize our Twitter Chat on “Shifting Culture to Support Women Leaders in Asia”. All ten lead participants took part and it generated a lively and stimulating discussion. Relive the debate here!
For this launching session, we invited Myriam Cohen-Welryn, President of Mars Petnutrition Europe and former participant of the EVE program, who on the occasion of the release of her book “Et tu oseras sortir du cadre “came to give us keys full of humor to succeed, to gain self-confidence and to try to be yourself.
Motivation is a highly nuanced concept which can be applied to different contexts, such as teamwork, the performance of individual employees.
Many women are still facing challenges related to their gender in the workplace. Here’s what works for Danièle Henkel.
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