The Select Group’s Women in Business program focuses on enabling women in the organization to pursue a path to long-term personal and professional success. Learn more about how females are leading the way for change at The Select Group: https://www.selectgroup.com/about/news/female-employees-at-tsg-lead-the-way-for-change/
Women starting and working in their own businesses is most definitely good progress – and it’s happening more and more in Ghana. The only issue is, most are stuck at the “micro” level. About 80 per cent of women-owned businesses are unable to expand – as Metro TV’s Naa Kwarley Oteng-Boadu reports from Accra for the BBC.
When Piera Luisa Gelardi, co-founder and Executive Creative Director of Refinery29, travels for business, she’s sure to do so in style. Follow her from wheels-up with British Airways to downtime in London’s Shoreditch.
What do Steph Korey and Jen Rubio bring on every business trip? British Airways asked the co-founders of Away to unpack their philosophy on travel.
The Daily Monitor in partnership with the DFCU will next month recognize and reward a culture of mentorship among women in business in Uganda. This is the second such event, carried out to recognize women in business, who will be showcasing their products and services at an expo in Kampala from November 15, 2019. #NTVNews
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Bridgewater co-CEO Eileen Murray appears at the Bloomberg Business of Equality Summit to discuss representation of women in the financial industry, how mentorship contributed to her success, and the steps that need to be taken to accelerate equality in the future.
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If your company does not require business suits on a daily basis, follow these guides to learn the appropriate way to show up for work.
Step 1: Notice what others are wearing
Notice what female managers and bosses are wearing, especially the ones you admire. Look at what the people in the positions you want to eventually hold wear on a daily basis. Tailor your style to theirs.
Step 2: Wear clothes that fit
Wear clothes that fit. Don’t wear clothes that are too short, too tight, or too loose. Always cover your cleavage.
Step 3: Never wear beach or club wear
Never wear beach or club wear to work.
Leave the flip-flops, T-shirts, tennis shoes, jeans, shorts, tank tops, and sweatshirts at home.
Step 4: Think conservative
Think conservative. Tailored blouses, pants, skirts, and sweaters are best.
Step 5: Express your personality
Feel free to express your personality with your clothes and accessories, but avoid style extremes.
Step 6: Give yourself a once over
Give yourself a once-over before leaving the house. If you feel that you are dressed appropriately for a meeting with a client or the CEO, your clothes are probably perfect.
Did You Know?
As of 2001, about 44 percent of American companies had adopted an everyday business casual dress code. This was up from 36 percent in 1998.
Top 10 Business Women of India:
10. Zia Mody – Managing Partner of AZB & Partners
9. Mallika Srinivasan – Chairman & CEO of TAFE Limited
8. Naina Lal Kidwai – Group General Manager & Country Head of HSBC India
7. Vinita Bali – MD of Britannia Industries Limited
6. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw – Chairman & MD of Biocon Limited
5. Chitra Ramakrishna – MD & CEO of National Stock Exchange
4. Indu Jain – Chairperson of Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.
3. Indra Nooyi – Chairperson & CEO of PepsiCo
2. Chanda Kochhar – CEO of ICICI Bank
1. Arundhati Bhattacharya – Chairperson of State Bank of India
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