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“If I Have to Give You One Piece of Advice, It Is to Be Yourself and Accept Who You Are; Never Complain and Never Compare.”

How This Mother and Daughter Reached the Top of Chinese Business Leadership. An interview with Hera Siu, COO, Greater China, of Cisco Systems, and her daughter Esther Kwok, senior associate of Vega Proprietary Holdings, in a conversation about the next generation of female leadership

Until women reach a critical mass, the business environment is not going to change

How to create positive change in board diversity? What is the role of chairmen in driving the diversity agenda? What advice can a pioneer in the economic empowerment of women give to aspiring female talent?

Building an environment for trust

Frédéric Mazzella describes how purpose and values helped make BlaBlaCar the world's largest long-distance ride sharing community.

Susie Wolff

“We are all defined by our strengths and character, not by our gender.”

Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington describes the transition that had the strongest impact on her leadership identity.

Andrea Illy

Andrea Illy, 3rd generation leader of illycaffè, describes the transition that had the strongest impact on his leadership identity.

Blake Mycoskie

According to management thought leader Herminia Ibarra, the only way to grow is by stretching the limits of who you are. Leading figures from a variety of fields describe the transition that had the strongest impact on their leadership identity.

How do I look?

Boudwijn Arts and Neeraj Sagar discuss the importance of authentic leadership in times of change and crisis.

Demystifying change

A model developed by Harvard professors is helping senior leadership reach their full potential.

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