Maryam Sultan Abdullah – Alumni of the Month January 2018

Maryam Sultan Abdullah graduated from the International MBA in 2011 and now works as Operations Analyst at the World Bank. Previously posted at © Ideas Full name: Maryam Sultan Abdullah IE program studied and graduation year: IMBA2011 Current position: Operations Analyst at the World Bank Proudest achievement: Proud of my successful projects Careers Tip:  Work Hard, enjoy…

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Sustainable Entrepreneurship with a Female Twist

          Previously posted at ©  IE Insights  Female entrepreneurs are playing an essential role in a society prioritizing social and environmental objectives. By Rachida Justo, Associate Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Management at IE Business School. In addition to their standard economic objectives, entrepreneurs in the world’s most advanced societies have also begun to…

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A Crash Course on Workplace Gender Biases

By Mudra Mukesh, feminisminindia.com “A study by one of my favourite professors at IE Business School, Margarita Mayo, revealed that men are perceived by others to be confident if they are seen as competent. However, for women to be perceived as confident and influential, they must appear competent AND warm. Continue reading here Margarita Mayo: “Why are there…

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IE Women in Business Club 2017 Dinner Series

Last week, the IE Women in Business Club celebrated a new dinner of the WIB Dinner series, with leading female professionals in the Consumer Goods Industry. Katharina Streibich, IE WIB Club Coordinator : “We would like to thank our amazing speakers for sharing with us their experience and challenges in this sector”: María Ruiz – Southern Europe Talent…

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IE sponsors Womenalia : the first social network for professional women

Womenalia is the first worldwide social network for professional women. It aims to promote women in their professional activity, and especially the entrepreneurs. It has been shown that startups with at least one female co-founder are more likely to succeed than others without this differential factor, especially those based on technology. That’s why they are…

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IE professor Paz Ambrosy : “How to Mentor Promising Upcoming Women Entrepreneurs”

Krakow welcomed us on Friday, October 27th at its Entrepreneurship hub, Hub:raum, where 36 women joined our event on how to mentor promising upcoming women Entrepreneurs. IE Professor Paz Ambrosy shared her inspiring success story as founder of an investment fund, together with some tips on how to become an Entrepreneur. According to her, the…

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IE Women in Business Conference 2017

Leading companies will present their initiatives to foster female leadership, and female executives will share their experiences: P&G, Pfizer, Merck, Interbrand and Coca-Cola! We will also count on Santiago Iñiguez – Executive President of IE University, Yolanta Golanowska – Director of IE Learning Innovation, Celia de Anca – IE Diversity Advisor and Professor, Conchita Galdón…

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IE Women in Business Club 2017 Dinner Series

Last week, the IE Women in Business Club celebrated a new dinner of the WIB Dinner series, themed Women in Technology. Katharina Streibich, IE WIB Club Coordinator : “A big thank you to our amazing speakers which shared with us both personal and professional advises”: -Déborah Fernandez – GA360 Lead Spain and Portugal, Google -Mildred Laya Azuaje…

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In pursuit of new jobs

“Start-ups, with a short past in the backpack, have more agile, dynamic or digital structures,” says Pilar Rojo, IE professor and Director of the HR Center and HR Benchmarking Club. For her, “organizations need to redesign, align their cultures to change and understand the psychological contracts [the intangibles that promise during the selection].”    …

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