Mental resilience as a strategy for struggling against challenges particularly through the global pandemic for Women Warriors. Stressors, such as lack of work or work overload, role conflicts, lack of self-care, poor job or personal relationships, feeling powerless, and inadequate emotional support, can be negative, and very stressful.
Situations or episodes of these types can also cause both physical and mental problems, such as fatigue, irritability, lack of concentration, unhappiness, depressive sensation, depersonalisation, and emotional exhaustion. Despite all of these challenges, resilience enables us to cope with our work/home environment and to maintain healthy and stable psychological functioning. The aim of this event is to provide coping mechanisms, explain characteristics with which it is related and outline interventions to increase the resilience of Women Warriors
What do Bumble, YouTube and Heineken have in common? They’re all led by some of this generation’s most talented female CEOs. Globally the Share of Women in Senior Management is Increasing Incrementally, so what makes women CEOS different? Their ranks are still far below what they should be, and change continues to come slowly. Majority of Women CEOS in major companies said they were motivated by a sense of purpose and their belief that their company could have a positive impact on the community, employees, and the world around them, creating positive cultures. Being on top of new developments will get you noticed and make it easier to advocate for yourself. Our Women Warriors highlight Women at the Top
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Who makes a better leader? A male leader is seen as decisive and powerful, with a strong, authoritarian style. The ‘feminine’ leadership style wants others to be involved and take ownership of the goal so that everyone contributes. Society generally associates successful leadership with stereotypically ‘masculine’ traits such as assertiveness and dominance, As a result women experience greater challenges to become female leaders There is a rise of transformational leadership and its emphasis on traditionally ‘feminine’ traits like empathy, collaboration and emotional intelligence, could the expectations of female leaders be shifting? There is no conclusive evidence that women are better leaders or for that matter that men are better leaders a person’s leadership abilities should depend on their individual strengths and personality traits