"Western women will save the world," the Dalai Lama, reportedly said five years ago in a panel discussion of Nobel prize winners. A great place to start reflection for International Women's day celebrated on Sunday, March 8th."
From the article: "In today’s lightning fast, roller-coaster business environment, the concept of solely developing deep expertise in one skillset in order to sequentially climb each rung of the career ladder to get to the top is an anachronism. Read more....
In fields as varied as robotics, finance, biomedical engineering and education, these innovators have taken a decidedly humanistic approach to effecting positive change. It’s a benevolent form of leadership that is driving real results while setting the stage for the next generation of socially conscious entrepreneurs. Keep an eye out for these women and their pioneering work— quote from the entrepreneur article.
Increasing the participation of women will lay a foundation for economic prosperity, according to Laura Tyson, University of California, Berkeley, professor and former chair of the US president’s Council of Economic Advisors. A McKinsey Global Institute article.
Everyone has the potential to lead successfully, regardless of the positions or titles they have. Lead from where you are and with all that you have. Quote from the article by Lolly Daskal, a great read.
Excerpt: "According to the Global Gender Gap Report 2014, the gender gap for economic participation and opportunity now stands at 60% worldwide, having closed by 4% from 56% in 2006. Based on this trajectory, with all else remaining equal, it will take 81 years for the world to close this gap completely. Read more now...
From the article: The success of your career map is contingent on having strong communications skills, self confidence and the discipline to stick to and adjust your plan as needed. My goal is to empower women to rise above the sticky floor and crash through the glass...
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