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Wisdom Exchange TV is an educational resource to inspire African women to learn, lead and succeed in life, business, and community. This ‘HOW TO’ forum will provide strategies and leadership lessons from African women pioneers,trailblazers, and leaders of many. These change agents will inspire us to stretch our vision of what we can do, and what WE can be. New interviews and Expert Perspective blogs are updated regularly with the insights of the women leaders of today for tomorrow.

 

Expert Perspective

Apr 21 2017

Advantage Media|Forbes Books Joins Forces With WPO To Reach Successful Women Entrepreneurs

by Women Presidents' Organization

The Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) has announced Advantage Media Group|Forbes Books is a new corporate sponsor. Specializing in Authority Marketing™ for entrepreneurs, business leaders and professionals who want to grow their business, Advantage offers turnkey publishing and marketing systems to position individuals and brands as leaders in their field. Last year the company published The … Continue reading Advantage Media|Forbes Books Joins Forces With WPO To Reach Successful Women Entrepreneurs

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Apr 19 2017

The New York Times: Women Do Like to Compete — Against Themselves

by Women Presidents' Organization

By Gray Matter About 10 years ago, when we were both Ph.D. students at Harvard, we were invited to participate in an unofficial and largely secret wrestling tournament organized by a fellow student. The idea was to showcase a handful of competitive wrestling matches between graduate students in different departments to an invitation-only audience. Space … Continue reading The New York Times: Women Do Like to Compete — Against Themselves






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Apr 17 2017

PwC: What Decisions Private Companies Are Making

by Women Presidents' Organization

Today’s advancements in technology and data and analytics techniques have changed the decision making game for private companies across the globe. Companies who lag behind are put at risk of being surpassed by their more data-driven competitors. With the game set to change over the next few years, we shifted gears to uncover what strategic … Continue reading PwC: What Decisions Private Companies Are Making






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Apr 14 2017

Forbes: Three Growth Lessons Large Companies Should Learn From Smaller Organizations

by Women Presidents' Organization

Congratulations to our WPO members that were mentioned in this article.  Business strategy is broken. More than 50 percent of senior executives don’t believe they have a winning strategy according to research from PwC’s Strategy&, the firm’s strategy consulting business. Running a large organization today can be daunting – facing new competitive threats, trying to … Continue reading Forbes: Three Growth Lessons Large Companies Should Learn From Smaller Organizations






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Apr 12 2017

Entrepreneur: Why Gender Diversity In Tech Matters

by Women Presidents' Organization

By Aaron Price Looking down the pipeline for the next generation of women in tech, the picture isn’t rosy. Of the STEM disciplines, tech is the only one where the participation of women has actually decreased in the last 20 years, explained Judith Spitz, a former Verizon CIO of 10 years, during the 2016 Propeller Innovation Festival in Hoboken, … Continue reading Entrepreneur: Why Gender Diversity In Tech Matters






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Apr 10 2017

Advantage|Forbes Books: Climbing Up and Giving Back

by Women Presidents' Organization

How Successful Women are Building Their Businesses And  Making a Difference Jen Coffel lost her mother, father and best friend to cancer in less than two years. In 2010, she partnered with her long-time friend and cancer survivor Kim Bavilacqua to create Handing H.O.P.E., a nonprofit supporting children with cancer. She is responsible for the … Continue reading Advantage|Forbes Books: Climbing Up and Giving Back






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Apr 07 2017

WPO Guest Blog: Anne Whelan created $50M Newfoundland company, riding waves high and low

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By: Quentin Casey The Newfoundland and Labrador economy is struggling. As a result, so are some of Anne Whelan’s businesses — but she’s been through this before. Whelan is CEO and sole shareholder of Seafair Capital Inc., a Newfoundland holding company that includes 10 businesses, including a home-care company, a daycare, a fire-safety company, and even … Continue reading WPO Guest Blog: Anne Whelan created $50M Newfoundland company, riding waves high and low






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Apr 21 2017

Advantage Media|Forbes Books Joins Forces With WPO To Reach Successful Women Entrepreneurs

by Women Presidents' Organization

The Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) has announced Advantage Media Group|Forbes Books is a new corporate sponsor. Specializing in Authority Marketing™ for entrepreneurs, business leaders and professionals who want to grow their business, Advantage offers turnkey publishing and marketing systems to position individuals and brands as leaders in their field. Last year the company published The … Continue reading Advantage Media|Forbes Books Joins Forces With WPO To Reach Successful Women Entrepreneurs






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Apr 19 2017

The New York Times: Women Do Like to Compete — Against Themselves

by Women Presidents' Organization

By Gray Matter About 10 years ago, when we were both Ph.D. students at Harvard, we were invited to participate in an unofficial and largely secret wrestling tournament organized by a fellow student. The idea was to showcase a handful of competitive wrestling matches between graduate students in different departments to an invitation-only audience. Space … Continue reading The New York Times: Women Do Like to Compete — Against Themselves






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