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Sharing a collection of stories about all the 'sheroes' in the world.
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Two Ways Women Can Network More Effectively, Based on Research

Two Ways Women Can Network More Effectively, Based on Research | I am Woman hear me Roar | Scoop.it
Collaborate more, and articulate your career goals.

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Too often women are put off collaboration by those stronger personalities that seem to dominate relationships.   There is a need for women to speak out and say what they want, honestly and openly.

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South Africa's Dlamini-Zuma, 1st female African Union chief | theGrio

South Africa's Dlamini-Zuma, 1st female African Union chief | theGrio | I am Woman hear me Roar | Scoop.it
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — A female leader on Monday was inaugurated into the top leadership position at the African Union for the first time. South Africa's Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma took charge of the African Union ...
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Inspiring, Never-Before-Seen Interviews With Teenage Activist Shot By Taliban

Inspiring, Never-Before-Seen Interviews With Teenage Activist Shot By Taliban | I am Woman hear me Roar | Scoop.it

This is a tory that I am sure shocked the world. 

 

"Exclusive footage of the amazingly wise Pakistani girl gunned down by the Taliban for wanting an education."

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She’s Doing It: What’s Your SQ? Cindy Wigglesworth Reveals Its Leadership Power | 9 Ways

She’s Doing It: What’s Your SQ? Cindy Wigglesworth Reveals Its Leadership Power | 9 Ways | I am Woman hear me Roar | Scoop.it

Multiple Intelligences and the Woman Leader
Women tend to score higher than men in emotional and spiritual intelligence. We have a natural tendency to develop skills the world desperately needs.


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Karin Sebelin's comment, October 11, 2012 2:43 AM
Fantastic share :-)
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Poll: Best country in the world for women is Canada, worst India(update)

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LONDON: Policies that promote gender equality, safeguards against violence and exploitation and access to healthcare make Canada the best place to be a woman among the world's biggest economies, a global poll of experts showed on Wednesday.
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Esteemable Acts

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Secrets To Building Women’s Self Image and Esteem

The life of Francine Ward is a story of... (What are you looking forward to in your personal development?
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Hillary Clinton: Lack of participation by women damages the economy

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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday in this capital that the world economy is losing out because of restrictions placed on the participation of women in the workforce.
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The Woman on the Formula One Perch - Wall Street Journal (blog)

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Wall Street Journal (blog)The Woman on the Formula One PerchWall Street Journal (blog)Monisha Kaltenborn, an Austrian of Indian origin, on Thursday became the team principal of the Sauber Formula One racing Team, the first female to fill such a...
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OECD educationtoday: Women leaders can break the mould

OECD educationtoday: Women leaders can break the mould | I am Woman hear me Roar | Scoop.it

 

"At the risk of overgeneralising, women tend to network more, and perhaps listen more, to a variety of stakeholders. Men have tended to have to follow the mould of someone before them; but women can break the mould."

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