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

Learn, connect, share, advance globally

Benefits of membership

We offer you the opportunity to join a community of ambitious professionals passionate about continuing their professional development journey. Come join us, where you can partner with like-minded individuals to gain new insights and develop new skills, explore areas of professional concern and frustration, and work together to identify options for innovative new solutions! Become a member of the PWN Global community where you can:

  • Access a ready-built support network that will help you achieve your professional aspirations
  • Learn from a wealth of practical advice on how to deal with inequality in the workplace

Become a Corporate Partner and access in-depth knowledge to support your organisation in putting gender balance at the very core of your operations.

Connect, share, learn, advance – yourself and the world!

 

 

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PWN Amsterdam: Lunch & Learn - Master Your Money Mindset

Join us for the first Lunch & Learn of 2020 hosted by Facebook, on Feb 28th with Blanca Vergara. Blanca is a Money Mindset Mentor and she will talk about the three things that stop women from reaching their earning potential. 

Click here for more information and to register for the Lunch & Learn event Meet your Match Event Feb 13th: Register here (mentoring program participants only)

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Hire me because I'm the best, not because I'm a woman

As women increase their presence and influence in the workplace, is the label "female leader" a hindrance?

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Critical Steps to Improving Support and Advancement of Women in the Workforce

Once commitment is established from the top, there are many actions leaders can take to create cultures where diverse groups of women can succeed.

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What we offer

  • Balanced Leadership
    Balanced Leadership

    It’s no secret that balanced leadership is no longer simply the ‘right’ thing to do ...

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  • Mentoring
    Mentoring

    Become a member and you will be eligible to join our highly regarded mentoring programme. ...

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  • Entrepreneurship
    Entrepreneurship

    Currently, 30% of PWN’s global member base identifies themselves as Entrepreneurs. If yo...

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  • Balanced Boards
    Balanced Boards

    We recognise that the C-suite leaders amongst our members have some very specific needs an...

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  • Networking / Events
    Networking / Events

    Networking is one of the single most powerful ways to boost your career and contributes to...

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  • Knowledge
    Knowledge

    Too much information, not enough time? Let us help you cut though the noise!! We present y...

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The immortal - and false - myth of the workplace Queen Bee

The immortal - and false - myth of the workplace Queen Bee Cat fights, mean girls, Queen Bees. We've all heard these terms stemming from a popular belief that women don't help other women, or indeed actively undermine them. Women leaders are often portrayed in popular culture as suffering from Queen Bee Syndrome (think Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada) . The media is filled with advice about " what to do if you work for a Queen Bee ." But what if the Queen Bee isn't real?

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