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Great Year-End Good News for Women in Business - Huffington Post

Great Year-End Good News for Women in Business - Huffington Post | Women's Leadership | Scoop.it
Great Year-End Good News for Women in Business
Huffington Post
The remaining weeks of 2013 have seen two amazing developments. First is a "first"--a female CEO of a major American automobile company.

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Women and Their Relationship to Power

Women and Their Relationship to Power | Women's Leadership | Scoop.it
Viviane de Beaufort of ESSEC explores the complicated relationship between women and power as it pertains to women in corporate boardrooms.

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Erika Watson's curator insight, February 18, 2013 12:15 PM

Excerpt: "Anger is perceived differently depending on who is expressing it: for a woman it is ‘hysteria’ and for a man a ‘sign of authority’. These cultural norms lead to a quest for power for power’s sake: the power to “be”, as opposed to the “feminine” model of power meaning ‘to do’ and ‘be able to do’.

Annabel Kaye's curator insight, February 19, 2013 5:02 PM

Well we might prefer power to responsibility - it's been done before..

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42% Of Businesses In Malaysia Have More Than One Woman At Board Level - malaysiandigest.com

42% Of Businesses In Malaysia Have More Than One Woman At Board Level - malaysiandigest.com | Women's Leadership | Scoop.it
The Sun Daily 42% Of Businesses In Malaysia Have More Than One Woman At Board Level malaysiandigest.com Pic: moneycompass.com.my PETALING JAYA: More women are reaching senior management and board level in Malaysia with 42% of businesses reporting...

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This is one of the year's highlights in terms of advancing women in leadership. This is precisely why the European Professional Women's Network, soon to be the Professional Women's Network (PWN), is looking to expand into south east Asia in 2014, starting with Singapore. Want to get involved? Join our LinkedIN group -http://linkd.in/1dQBWo8.

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