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Mercados & Regiones Magazine | March 2015

cameliaEntrevista a Camelia Ilie, decana de Educación Ejecutiva y directora del Centro para el Liderazgo de la Mujer de INCAE Business School

"La Educación Ejecutiva de INCAE busca apoyar el desarrollo integral de los ejecutivos de América Latina y para ello ofrece un portafolio de programas de diferentes niveles, enfoques y duraciones", explica Camelia Ilie, decana de Educación Ejecutiva de INCAE Business School

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Do Men Really Want Women On The Leadership Track?

Susan Clancy, PhD | Forbes

forbesAs one Wall Street Titan put it (recently interviewed as part of a larger research project on male attitudes towards gender and power), "How hot is that? I love it when a woman takes charge in bed."

In the office, not so much.

Today, although women make up more than 50% of college grads and firm talent pools, they represent less than 10% of C-level leadership teams and boards of directors. Organizationally, those that "take control" are almost always men; talented women face work life and bias barriers that hold them back.

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Por qué las mujeres son excelentes para las ventas

Author: Redação, www.administradores.com. | America Economía

ejecutivos management 1Características típicamente femeninas pueden ser importantes ventajas competitivas. Según el profesor de la FGV, Claudio Tomanini, saber escuchar, la empatía y visión periférica, serían claves a la hora de vender.

La búsqueda de igualdades salariales continúa, pero lo cierto es que en muchas situaciones las mujeres son más eficaces que los hombres. Quien afirma esto es el profesor de MBA de la Fundación Getulio Vargas (FGV) y especialista en Ventas y Marketing, Claudio Tomanini. Para él, esto pasa debido a las características intrínsecas de la mujer, incluso aquellas de la herencia prehistórica, que vuelve a los hombres y mujeres tan diferentes.

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Mujeres CEO: navegando en el mar de las startups

Jennifer P.Roig | America Economía

students 0Aunque las mujeres se caracterizan por su actitud emprendedora, su representación como CEO de startups no es tan amplia como cabría esperar.

Sepa sobre las proyecciones actuales y futuras del liderazgo femenino dentro del emprendimiento y las startups.

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Empowering women leaders

empoweringBank of America

Through strategic partnerships, investments, and programs, we're connecting women to the human, social, and financial capital resources they need to maximize their potential.

Our efforts are empowering women to enrich their lives, as well as those of their families and communities, and helping create stronger economies worldwide.

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 Why Latin America needs more women leaders

Arturo Condo, Ph.D. | World Economic Forum Blog

wefIn the past few decades, Latin America and the world have seen a significant change in women's participation in society. Girls and women are graduating from school and university education at levels that exceed those of their male counterparts.

Women are also entering the workforce in larger numbers than men. According to the International Labour Organization, in about two more decades women will make up 50% of the region's workforce.

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The Hidden Reason Women Aren't Making It To The Top

Susan Clancy, Ph.D. | Forbes

forbesLast week, the head of an investment bank with a global presence invited me to give a talk to his top leadership team about "best practices in promoting gender diversity." Such a request is increasingly common.

A fast growing body of new data, collected by leading organizations like HBS, McKinsey, Catalyst, BCG, Goldman Sachs and Deloitte, indicate a clear link between gender diversity in leadership and firm financial performance (ROI, ROE, TRS), across diverse industries.

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A Candid Conversation With 5 Women Leaders of Advertising and Media

The triumphs and trials of smashing the ceiling

Lisa Granatstein | Adweek 

womens-roundtable-hed2-2014To shed some light on the state of women in the business, in mid-March we gathered an accomplished group of executives and journalists, all trailblazers in their own right, for a roundtable discussion at the Hearst Tower in midtown New York. Joining me, Adweek's managing editor, were Cosmopolitan editor in chief Joanna Coles; Sarah Hofstetter, CEO of digital marketing agency 360i; Nadja Bellan-White, senior partner and managing director of Ogilvy & Mather; Nancy Reyes, managing director of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, New York; and Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC's Morning Joe. The talk was candid, intimate, enlightening—and revealing. Here are some highlights.

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New York Summit — President Condo Invited as Distinguished Speaker at 6th Womensphere Global Summit

acondo at womensphereThe Womensphere Summit--organized by the Womensphere Foundation and Columbia University--brought together world leaders, emerging leaders, educators, and social innovators to explore issues such as, leadership, mobilization, and the formation of interest groups. This year's theme was "Creating the Future: Evolution + Revolution", President Condo was invited as a distinguished speaker and he was in charge of moderating a panel on education as it relates to gender issues.

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Women's limited role in digital economy hinders LatAm development: UN study

On the Spot | Global Times

Women's unequal participation in the digital economy hinders development in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a new study released Tuesday by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

The regional United Nations agency presented its latest study at the opening of the 12th session of the Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, being held in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, on Oct. 15-18.

The study, titled "Women in the digital economy: breaking through the equality threshold," said that in several regional countries, "women equal men in terms of Internet access, but are at a clear disadvantage when it comes to using it."

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Interview with Arturo Condo*

América Economía

Interview with Arturo Condo, President of INCAE Business School and President of the CWL´s Advisory Board

*In Spanish

 

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