PWN Global is a global movement of people working towards gender balanced leadership through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking.
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We offer you a home, place to learn from like-minded individuals; develop new skills (via our tried and tested volunteering programme), air your professional concerns and frustrations and find solutions! Become a member of the PWN Global community and you can:
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PWN Lisbon Corporate Partners
PWN Lisbon Non-Corporate Partners
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A PWN Lisbon convida para: As inscrições são gratuitas mas OBRIGATÓRIAS e os...
Driving the gender diversity agenda is a top priority for most organisations today - but while...
A PWN Lisbon convida para um pequeno-almoço de role model com Susana Gomez Smith, Administradora...
What is PWN Lisbon?
PWN Lisbon is a portuguese branch of PWN Global. PWN Global is a unique off-line and online networking and learning community for women and companies seeking to promote and encourage the professional progress of women.
Programa Youth da PWN Lisbon entre os finalistas do PWN Global Gender Balanced Leadership Award, na categoria Training Initiative of the Year. Os vencedores serão conhecidos no próximo dia 10 de outubro, em Dublin.
Conheça todos os detalhes, aqui: www.pwnglobalawards.com
Ana Torres, Presidente da PWN Lisbon, esteve à conversa com Ana Sofia Fernandes, da Plataforma Portuguesa para os Direitos das Mulheres, numa conversa moderada por Pedro Pinheiro, Diretor-Adjunto da TSF - Rádio Notícias, no seu programa quinzenal Olhe que não.
Ser ou não feminista foi o tema e a diversidade a abordagem seguida por Ana Torres. Já está online. Não perca!
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Men don't — in the main — take parental leave beyond the two-week cigar break that the Australian culture views as permissible. We know that men are slightly more likely than they were to work flexibly, but nowhere near as likely as women, and that hardly any of them go so far as to work...LEARN MORE
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A wide research shows that a broad set of business benefit is associated with gender diver...Read more
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Through the YOUTH PROGRAM, PWN LISBON aims to be the leading network in Portugal for young...Read more
Right now, two-thirds of the female workforce is wondering whether they should not just leave their jobs but change industries entirely.
Seventy-three percent of women are interested in changing careers according to InHerSight’s recent study of 1,500 working women. That means right now, two-thirds of the female workforce is wondering whether they should not just leave their jobs but change industries entirely.
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