Mariela Dabbah – Next Generation of Women Leaders

What is pivotal to the development of the next generation of women leaders. Risk of losing our true selves as we develop into leaders - How can women remain authentic and at the same time climbe the career ladder.

My guest today is Mariela Dabbah, Founder of the Red Shoe Movement.

We will be discussing:

  • What is pivotal to the development of the next generation of women leaders? Where will they come from? What progress has there been? What changes in attitudes?
  • Is there a risk of losing our true selves as we develop into leaders? How can women remain authentic and at the same time climbe the career ladder?
  • Does the effect and results differ depending on the generation. Is the Y generation lost and what about ageism…
  • Is the discrimination that exists for woman even more pronounced if our ethnic origin isn’t the ‘accepted stereotype’ of whatever country we are in?

 

Mariela Dabbah – Founder of the Red Shoe Movement. Professional success instigator. Consultant. International Speaker for Fortune 500’s, Harvard, Princeton and large non-profits. Facilitator. One of People en Español’s ’25 Most Powerful Women.’ 7 award winning, best-selling books on education, career development & success. Media contributor CNN, Univision, Telemundo, Yahoo, & many others.

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Anna Letitia Cook

Anna Letitia Cook

UN Women‘s 2016-2017 Champion for Change at Empower Women. International Career Development + Wellness coach. Creator of the process ‘SCOPE for Career Fulfilment’. Author of ‘Unstoppable Goddess: Every Woman’s Guide to Freedom, Fulfilment & Success’.

WomenUP Radio Presenter: Anna Letitia Cook

– UN Women‘s 2016-2017 Champion for Change at Empower Women.
– International Career Development + Wellness coach.
– Creator of the process ‘SCOPE for Career Fulfilment’.
– Author of ‘Unstoppable Goddess: Every Woman’s Guide to Freedom, Fulfilment & Success’.

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