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WIMBIZ is a non-profit organisation that seeks to improve the success rate of female entrepreneurs and increase the proportion of women in senior positions in corporate organizations.

Owner: wimbiz

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Language: English

Tags: WOMEN, ENTREPRENEURS, BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT

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Latest Blog Posts for WIMBIZ

  • HOW TO HANDLE PRESENTATION SURPRISESby Kathy ReiffensteinDuring a recent speech by President Obama at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit the presidential seal fell off the podium. Most likely this is something that the president's staff and the event organizers would like to forget.
  • WOMEN AS LEADERS, PART IIIby Kathy ReiffensteinIn the last two posts, we explored women's relative lack of success in reaching senior leadership positions despite their very applicable and desirable skills. To address this situation, McKinsey & Company, the global managem...
  • WOMEN AS LEADERS, PART II
    on Jul 15, 2010
    by Kathy ReiffensteinConfidence -- specifically the lack of it -- is an issue that everyone deals with from time to time. But in the workplace, lack of confidence seems to be a uniquely female struggle that can and does get in the way of being seen a...
  • WOMEN AS LEADERS, PART I
    on Jun 29, 2010 in Leadership Women As Leaders
    by Kathy ReiffensteinFor years, women in business have tried to be more like men. Men have traditionally held the power positions and it only made sense that the way to achieve that same standing was to imitate the leadership traits of our male count...
  • PRESENTATION TIP: PAUSE FOR EFFECTby Kathy ReiffensteinA well-timed pause in a presentation is the mark of an experienced presenter but, with a little practice, it is a simple technique for anyone to incorporate. It works equally well in a formal presentation, introductory remarks as...
  • USING FACEBOOK FOR BUSINESS
    on May 26, 2010
    by Kathy ReiffensteinI have a love/hate affair with Facebook. I never know what to post because I never know who I'm really talking to. I originally signed up to use it as a fun way to stay in touch with friends and family I didn't see very often. An...
  • THE SKILL OF NETWORKINGby Kathy ReiffensteinNetworking is about far more than collecting business cards. Rather, it is a business strategy which can position you as a savvy, connected professional and open doors you didn't even know were there.And, as with any strategy, fl...
  • COMMUNICATION STYLES - PART III
    on Apr 28, 2010 in Communication Styles Carl Jung
    by Kathy ReiffensteinIn the last two posts, we’ve looked at the four communication styles, based on Carl Jung’s work: Intuitor, Thinker, Senser and Feeler.And while it’s interesting to learn about how different people look at the world and comm...
  • COMMUNICATION STYLES - PART II
    on Apr 21, 2010 in Communication Styles Carl Jung
    by Kathy Reiffenstein"The problem with communication isthe illusion that it has been accomplished." George Bernard Shaw, 20th century Irish playwright and Nobel laureateShaw's words are still true today. It's common practice to think t...
  • COMMUNICATION STYLES – PART Iby Kathy ReiffensteinCommunication is a critical skill for being effective and getting things done in both our business and personal lives. Yet it is a skill that we often take for granted. I mean…everyone knows how to talk, right? [especially we w...
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