Monthly Archives: February 2015

Knowing You Will Have To Work Hard…

Knowing that you will have to work hard to get somewhere can take you around the globe. Name             Virginia Slutu Age                 30 Nationality  Romanian and French Lives         … Continue reading

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Navigating Cultural Differences While Working Internationally

Name              Linnea Nas Age                   36 Nationality   Swedish Lives               Stockholm Works as      Accountant at TradeDoubler*, an international performance marketing … Continue reading

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Biscuits Without Bosses – How France’s 2nd Largest Biscuit Producer Changed its Management Concept

I spoke with a friend about innovative management in France the other day, and she said: I know of this a company with a really interesting approach, you should check it out! The company is called Poult. It makes biscuits … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day – Time For a Review

The 2015 International Women’s Day is approaching, it’s on the 8 March. There are women in the world who still do not enjoy even the most basic rights, who do not have access to education, no right to move around … Continue reading

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Wow!

Dear Readers, I just wanted to share some good news with you, while I’m working on the upcoming interviews in the Everyday Women series. After less than four months of blogging, it seems I have managed to reach a pretty global … Continue reading

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How Language Reflects and Affects Work Culture

I had the greatest discussion over lunch yesterday. Lunches, by the way, are a great opportunity to join work and pleasure if you are passionate about your job. Boooo! Now I’ll be bashed by the French, who couldn’t fathom having work … Continue reading

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Consulting Shapes Your View on Work – Former Consultant on Women, Work and Leadership

Name              Karolyn Favreau Age                   38 Nationality   French Lives                Casablanca Works as        Managing Director at Andrexen, a … Continue reading

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