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How to moderate an interesting event (seriously)

Time is precious in Brussels. We work long hours and most of us plan our days meticulously. In the beginning, when you first start out, probably as an intern, you … Continue reading

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A World Leader Unlike the Rest

On Thursday November 20th, 2014, I attended the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy and International Relations World Leaders Forum. I was energized and inspired by keynote speaker, Leymah Gbowee who … Continue reading

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We’re not all Sheryl Sandbergs

If you’ve been reading about women in the workplace recently, you’ve undoubtedly heard a swarm of people advising women to be bolder, louder and to raise their hands more often. … Continue reading

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Lessons from a golfing uncle

On a recent trip home, sitting across from my uncle at the dinner table – a successful man who takes golfing holidays and who I have no idea at all … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership

Last week, on Tuesday evening (25 November 2014), in Brussels, we were delighted to welcome a group of young women (and a man) to our workshop: Awareness, understanding and application of … Continue reading

December 4, 2014 · Leave a comment

Strength, entrepreneurship and changing the world of innovation

Our November Young Woman To Watch Edlira Kasaj is a true inspiration for young women everywhere. A hugely determined entrepreneurial spirit, who had already set up several small businesses during … Continue reading

November 24, 2014 · Leave a comment

Career advice for women in the digital age

Our latest Young Woman to Watch, digital communications guru Aurelie Valtat joined Leadarise for an inspirational evening to tell us about how she became the woman to go to for … Continue reading

October 1, 2014 · Leave a comment

Why community building is the answer to just about everything

Leadarise Cofounder and Chief EU Laura Hemmati presented the importance of community building at the Microsoft Executive Briefing Centre in Brussels this evening as part of an event showcasing young pioneers … Continue reading

September 30, 2014 · Leave a comment

Meet Tammy Tibbetts: From “Most Shy” to “Changing the World”

“To change the world, you have to change yourself first” – Tammy Tibbetts This month’s Young Woman to Watch is Tammy Tibbetts, Founder and President of She’s the First, a non-profit … Continue reading

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