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Treat us differently but equally!

Isabella Lenarduzzi from jump.eu.com
April 14, 2016
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Belgium, is the worst performers in Europe when it comes to the number of female entrepreneurs. And Europe is the worst of the world. It’s high time that changed.
In Europe, women make up 60% of university graduates. Globally, they are better educated than men. They have 80% of the purchasing power on consumer goods. […]

Traitez-nous différemment mais de manière égale !

Isabella Lenarduzzi
April 4, 2016
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La Belgique et Bruxelles en particulier, est le plus mauvais élève en Europe pour le taux d’entreprenariat féminin. Il est temps de s’en occuper sérieusement.
Les femmes sont 60% des diplômées universitaires. Elles sont donc globalement plus diplômées que les hommes.
Elles décident de 80% des achats de biens de consommation. Ce sont donc les femmes qui […]

Wo.Men, Work, World: the unfinished revolution

March 14, 2016
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The massive influx of women in the workforce has been the main driver of economic growth in the past 50 years, more so than the spread of new technology or the development of the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China). The most important variable for the competitiveness of a country is the use of […]

Osez analyser la culture de votre entreprise si vous voulez vraiment avoir une bonne gestion de TOUS les talents.

January 27, 2016
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La plupart des entreprises discriminent de facto les femmes sans en être conscientes.
Il faut oser poser le diagnostic de la culture de son entreprise en analysant son historique, le style de leadership de ses dirigeants, à quels groupes sociaux ils appartiennent, leur conscience de la différence entre femmes et hommes, les campagnes de communication de […]

Do Men Want Equality in the Workplace?

November 19, 2015
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Highlights of a European research conducted by JUMP and Axiom Consulting Partners*.
Three quarters (78%) of men believe they will benefit from more gender equality in the workplace. However, 1 man over 5 is actively involved in making this a reality. One third of those surveyed are against gender equality (some more actively than others) whilst […]

The Female Economy – How can you benefit from the growing role played by women and from their ever-increasing spending power?

October 23, 2015
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The conclusions of the OECD report* (2014) are clear: women do not only influence the market, they are the market.
According to the Harvard Business Review, women represent a growth market bigger than China and India combined – more than twice as big, in fact. Given than 83% of purchasing decisions are made by women, companies […]

“Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere.” *

Isabella Lenarduzzi
September 1, 2015
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“Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere.” *
Good news! A study by Weber Shandwick shows that professional women in Europe are just as ambitious as their male colleagues (22% versus 25%) which is not the case among Americans.
These results are confirmed by various other studies:
Terra Femina reveals that 48% of the French women […]

Should we celebrate Mother’s day?

Isabella Lenarduzzi
May 8, 2015
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In France the ELLE- IPSOS survey found that 57% of 30 to 40 year-old working mothers believe that having children is penalising their careers. 61% of women never even think of going up in the hierarchy. To grow professionally without sacrificing your personal life remains a challenge. How can one do it?

Should we celebrate Mother’s day?

Isabella Lenarduzzi
May 7, 2015
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In France the ELLE- IPSOS survey found that 57% of 30 to 40 year-old working mothers believe that having children is penalising their careers. And they are 20% that confess to renouncing motherhood for professional reasons. 61% of women never even think of going up in the hierarchy. To grow professionally without sacrificing your personal life remains a challenge. How can one do it?

My advice so that you make the most of the JUMP Forum

Isabella Lenarduzzi
February 26, 2015
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Take a minute to read my advice so that you make the most of the day!

Read the messages that precede the event so that you benefit fully from your day. There are some activities that you need to sign up for or that you can prepare for.
Complete your profile on the mobile application. Have a […]