Article: Technology and innovation are too important to be left to men alone!

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Technology and innovation are too important to be left to men alone!

Most of the successful leaders recognize the value of soft skills and need to develop strong emotional intelligence; and this is where women leaders have a natural advantage
Technology and innovation are too important to be left to men alone!
Let’s just agree that this is an age of disruptions. We live in period of transformative change where the fastest to respond may become the fastest to succeed. Irrespective of the gender, this generation leaders need to comprehend this pace to start building their own road to success. Disruption is not only about thinking of new creative ideas all the time, it’s also about reinventing yourself, the way you work and challenge your beliefs. Most of the successful leaders recognize the value of soft skills and need to develop strong emotional intelligence than just relying on high IQ to achieve success. This is where women leaders have a natural advantage — of being a lot more adaptive to change while they have the strong resilience to make it work. About women and their role today in new age sectors, the C-Suite current statistics may not look desirable but it is promising and encouraging. We are increasingly looking at women driving innovation and defining success on...

Topics: Technology, Diversity

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