“INSEADers” tips from the INSEAD Women in Business club



Are you planning to unleash your potential with an INSEAD MBA? INSEAD’s Women in Business Club wants to help you to strengthen your confidence in your application and that is why we invited some of the current female MBA students to share their “INSEADers” tips. Connecting to a supportive network of female students will be a key part of your INSEAD experience.

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Women in Business 2020 – Pandemic and Gender



Conference organized by AmCham Slovakia on September 17, 2020 – more info: https://amcham.sk/events/2986/women-in-business

12:30 Welcome

· Ronald Blaško, Executive Director, AmCham Slovakia

12:40 Panel Discussion #1 (public)

Are women and men affected differently during the pandemic in social, political or economic terms, and, if so, how can we achieve fairer outcomes?

How can we address questions of mental health and wellbeing of the most impacted groups by this crisis – women, children and elderly?

Panelists:

· Miriam Lexmann, Member of the European Parliament,

· Lucia Ďuriš Nicholsonova, Member of the European Parliament

· Natasha Franceschi, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Bratislava

Moderator: Barbara Jagušák

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Women in Business: Running a business from a virtual office



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Panel Discussion: She Leads: Women in Business, From Day One Brooklyn, June 19, 2019



Panel Discussion: She Leads: Fresh Ways to Support Women in Business
From Day One Brooklyn, June 19, 2019
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What can be done to support the rise of women as leaders in the American economy? Despite notable breakthroughs by many women, the social and structural impediments are stubborn. How can more capital and other resources be made available to female founders? What do women need from Corporate America to keep their careers on track as far as they aim to go?

Moderator: Sage Lazzaro, Journalist
Panelists:
Stacey Olive, Vice President Talent Acquisition, The New York Times
Alexandra Cavoulacos, Co-Founder & President, The Muse
Jenny Chiu, VP Marketing, Maven
Susan McPherson, CEO, McPherson Strategies

Recap:

Women have essentially achieved parity with men in joining the workforce, representing 48% of employees in entry-level jobs, yet only about one in five C-suite leaders is a woman—and only one in 25 is a woman of color. Despite all the progress, the impediments to advancement persist.

“We’re here on a panel talking about our experiences as women, while men get to go on panels talking about what they do for a living, which is really good for their careers,” said Alexandra, likening the issue to those faced by people of color, who typically are expected to talk about their experiences as minorities when it comes to diversity in the workplace, when they might have benefitted more from an opportunity to talk about their actual work performance.

It never hurts to be a little bolder than one’s regular baseline, whether it means applying for a job or starting a business.

“There’s no wrong or right answer, but the leadership of an organization needs to be held to account for what they are or are not doing,” said Susan. “Don’t shy away from criticizing your directors, executive, or CEO for a lack of progress.”

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She Leads: How Women Can Overcome Stubborn Obstacles in Business



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Trump, Canadian PM discuss women in business



President Trump said he is looking to work with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ease access to capital for female entrepreneurs. The two leaders took part in a round table discussion about women in the workforce as part of their first official meeting. Watch the full comments here.

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