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Please join us for a social lunch event on Friday March 23rd at Kitchen & Bar Vondelpark3 in...
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Our keynote speaker for our International Women's Day event on March 7th is Annemarie Jorritsma. Ms Jorritsma is a Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD).
What a fitting speaker for this year's theme, 'Diversity Matters'. Ms. Jorittsma was Mayor of Almere from 16 August 2003 till August 2015. Since 9 June 2015, she has been a member of the Senate. Next to her political functions, Ms. Jorritsma sits on numerous boards. Only 45 seats available for this event, so do register quickly! Men are also welcome to our events.
Swedish tech journalist Per Grankvist argues that men must take the blame, and the big steps, to fix gender inequality in the workplace.
The post The Lack of Women in Leadership Is All My Fault appeared first on Women 2.0.
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Alli Hoff Kosik · Mar 8, 2018 Most of us have grown up with the understanding that entering the workforce as a woman comes with its own set of challenges — lingering sexism, power imbalances, and a gender pay gap are just a few that come to mind. In traditionally male-dominated industries like tech, real estate, architecture, finance, and venture capital, things can be especially tricky.
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