It was a great meeting with Tina Kandelaki in Paris.
Chiara Corazza is the managing Director of the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society, the world’s leading platform to promote women’s voices and vision.
Interview with Tatiana Fokina, general director of world’s best wine shop Hedonism Wines and the restaurant HIDE, partner of Yevgeny Chichvarkin and mother to little girl.
Many women choose to wear masculine clothing to be taken more seriously and earn the same salary as men who have the same job position as them. Even if a dark masculine suit is not your personal style preference, it might affect how much you let yourself be a feminine woman in a business environment.
Even though issues regarding being a woman in the workplace seem to be widely discussed, with women having more opportunities and being more empowered these days, there still exists a lot of personal challenges that working women are facing today.
How to Address One of the Most Common Questions Female Entrepreneurs Ask Themselves. As long as you are not aware of your own negative thoughts that may be killing your success, the longer the road to success may be. To explore this topic, I asked a mentor for millennials, Nora Oravecz, what she has learned by helping over 500 female entrepreneurs.
What kind of woman do you imagine when thinking of a successful leader? I thought that the only way to succeed as an entrepreneur was to become more masculine, emotionally cold, directive and to try to achieve results no matter what it took.
When you are an entrepreneur, first impressions matter (whether you like it or not) and your clothing say more about you than words.