After introducing you to Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the director general of the World Trade Organisation, I would like to continue our journey today by introducing to you another female leader worthy of our attention and admiration. Her name is Kathrin Jansen; She is the Senior Vice President and Head of Vaccine… Read More »Kathrin Jansen, a female leader in a man’s world
Two days ago, we celebrated international women’s day and to be honest we still have a long way to go in order to see our rights truly recognised, but today I don’t want to talk about that. Today I would like to focus on how far we have come so… Read More »Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala: A female leader in a Man’s World
When asked about when exactly the conflicts started many historians can’t give a specific date because of different opinions and visions that they have.Some say it started in 1948 when the Israel state was declared.Also opinions are being different if talking about what are the real motives of this war,is… Read More »Israeli-Palestinian conflict and why did it all start?
A conversation with Rhoda Lane O’Kell In a dynamic and volatile world, where things change every minute, a point of reference for business is leadership: the mission and vision of a company needs to be clear and visible to the whole team of workers. Leaders need also to face a… Read More »Purpose-Driven Leadership
The Significance of the Critique of the Aristocratic Elite in the 18th Century for the Formation of Modern Liberalism and its Current Global Repercussions A conversation with Dirk Schuck The basic conflict between “Personal Dependency” and “Rise of the Market” is fundamental as a perfect historical background to understand the… Read More »Modern liberalism: a question of leadership