PWN Global is a global movement of people working towards gender balanced leadership through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking.
We offer you a home, a place to learn from like-minded individuals, develop new skills (via our tried and tested volunteering programme), air your professional concerns and frustrations and find solutions! Become a member of the PWN Global community and you can:
Become a Corporate Partner and access in-depth knowledge that will support your organisation in putting gender balance at the very core of your operations.
Connect, share, learn, advance – yourself and the world!
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PWN Amsterdam has been bringing internationally minded professional women together to connect, share, learn and advance since 1986. We offer inspiring and engaging events, workshops, training, webinars, and mentoring. Our strengths are in recognizing the changing needs and challenges of our members.
Let’s think about purpose. You might see it as an uncertain topic, and while it is difficult to quantify, purpose is at the heart and soul of great endeavors. If you seek it, meaning will come alive in your work. It’s not just on you, though; organizational purpose requires people at all...LEARN MORE
Michael Kimmel is in Australia to give corporate men a bit of a gee-up about equality. "It's so close, it's right there," he says. Women, on average, currently represent 25.2 per cent of all board positions. Experts say that once 30 per cent representation is achieved, gender equality on ASX...LEARN MORE
It’s no secret that balanced leadership is no longer simply the ‘right’ thing to do ...Read more
Become a member and you will be eligible to join our highly regarded mentoring programme. ...Read more
Currently, 30% of PWN’s global member base identifies themselves as Entrepreneurs. If yo...Read more
We recognise that the C-suite leaders amongst our members have some very specific needs an...Read more
Networking is one of the single most powerful ways to boost your career and contributes to...Read more
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The Google diversity debate rages on...we were interested by David Brooks' article in the New York Times. Controversial?
"There are many actors in the whole Google/diversity drama, but I’d say the one who’s behaved the worst is the C.E.O., Sundar Pichai.
The first actor is James Damore, who wrote the memo. In it, he was trying to explain why 80 percent of Google’s tech employees are male. He agreed that there are large cultural biases but also pointed to a genetic component. Then he described some of the ways the distribution of qualities differs across male and female populations."
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