Female leadership has been moving farther away from its old patriarchal style. However, leadership is viewed differently when you’re a woman. The good news is, we are slowly bridging the gap regarding female discrimination in terms of career and politics.
Women leaders are needed now more than ever.
We are currently in a new age of leadership which can be described as nurturing,
Being assertive at work is a slippery slope. Women, especially in the workplace, are often judged differently than men. When you stay quiet, they say you’re weak and when you speak your mind, they say that you’re aggressive or worse, you’re a b*tch.
So, when do we women need to be assertive at work?
Are you wondering whether or not to start your own business? Don’t wonder anymore. Today is a time for action.
Women in business suffer from discrimination and patriarchy which can prevent us from getting ahead. Women of color suffer disproportionately, being blocked from several different directions. While women entrepreneurs and female founders who start their own businesses continue to experience prejudice,
The number of nonprofit organizations and non-government agencies (NGOs) is growing. Being of service helps your community and, as many people have experienced, you can even make a very good living doing it. Is there an unmet need in your community? Think about how you can meet that demand and make the world a better place.
Entrepreneurs work hard and due to gender inequalities such as the gender pay gap, women entrepreneurs often work even harder to achieve success in business. When you hear about the most powerful women in business, whom are they referring to?
Sisterhood: Women in business mentoring and supporting each other
With the growing trend of women empowerment, the path to gender equality and economic freedom is “sisterhood.”
The need for women in business to associate themselves with sisterhood exists because if they do not do so, they are not likely to rise above the male dominance that has been triumphing in the world of entrepreneurship,