Last Wednesday, the IE Women in Business Club hosted the second round of its 2017 Dinner Series at Club Alma Sensai, a private women’s club. After sharing a welcome drink in one of the beautiful salons of the club, we opened the floor to our four guest speakers: Susana Ibanez (Advertising and Marketing Director at…Details
Dr. Celia de Anca is currently the Director of the Centre for Diversity in Global Management at IE Business School. She was previously the Director of Corporate Programmes at the Euro-Arab Management School (EAMS), Granada. She has also worked for the Fundación Cooperación Internacional y Promoción Ibero-América Europa. (CIPIE) and at the International Division of Banco…Details
Last Monday, the IE Women in Business Club launched the first chapter of its 2017 Dinner Series. The concept is simple: we invite you to have dinner with a top executive who comes to share insights on his/her career path and how to succeed in the workplace. Each dinner is open to a maximum of 12 participants to enable a…Details
E Business School professor Rachida Justo challenges both the prevalence of failure overall and women’s higher failure rates in her Harvard Business Review article “The Different Reasons Men and Women Leave Their Successful Startups”: https://hbr.org/2017/02/the-different-reasons-men-and-women-leave-their-successful-startups
Gender equality is not a “women’s issue” — it’s a huge political, economic, and social opportunity. It is a massive business issue that more than 75% of corporate CEOs currently put on their agenda of top 10 issues.
The post discusses various aspects of this opportunity.
The IE Centre for Diversity hereby announces its call for applications for the 2017 IE Women in Business Awards to identify the most outstanding women in positions of leadership.
The IE Centre for Diversity is strongly committed to supporting women in their transition to senior management and leadership positions. The IE Centre for Diversity hereby announces its call for applications for the 2017 IE Women in Business Awards to identify the most outstanding women in positions of leadership Apply for 2017 IE Women…Details
Last week, the IE Women in Business Club kicked off the first meeting in our new Lean In Circles series. If you have never heard of Lean In, it is a concept that was started by Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook. It started as a book and has evolved into an international movement where women…Details
Financial Times has ranked our International MBA program No. 8 in the world, No. 4 in Europe, and No. 1 in Spain, in its 2017 Ranking of MBA programs published this morning.
You can find more information on the ranking here: http://www.ie.edu/business-school/the-school/news-events/news/ie-business-school-international-mba-8-in-the-world-by-financial-times
Margarita Mayo (@margaritmayo; margaritamayo.com) has been shortlisted in Thinkers 50 2017. Mayo is a professor of leadership and organizational behaviour at IE Business School in Madrid. A Fulbright Alumni of Harvard University, her work has appeared in leading academic journals as well as international 8 media. A research award winner at the Center for Creative…Details
Pilar Galeote appointed as the member of the Editing Board of the Direito Bancário e do Mercado de Capitais Journal of the Thomson Reuters Group
Pilar Galeote has been appointed as member of the Editing Board of the Direito Bancário e do Mercado de Capitais Journal of the Thomson Reuters Group, a leading Brazilian journal in the field of law and finance. She is also the Director of Jose Maria Cervello Chair of IE and the Deputy Director of the…Details
What Are Visible Fridays? Visible Fridays is a partnership between IE Office of Diversity and (IN)visible Talent, a start-up focused on professional development for women created to empower and help them realize their full power and potential. Ana Herranz, Director of IE Alumni Career Services, noticed that women were more hesitant than men about negotiating…Details
Academicians try to crack the problem of gender balance and leadership. by Della Bradshaw
The real reason why more women don’t rise to the top of companies by Joseph Schumpeter.
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“Challenge yourself and keep looking for things that get you out of your comfort zone” was one of the recommendations that Valeria Dominguez, E-Commerce manager at Adolfo Dominguez, shared with the students at the IE Leadership Conference hosted by the Women in Business Club on November 3rd. T he executives shared their experiences on…Details