Monthly Archives: March 2015

Skiller, Skillant, Skillé – New Lingo in France’s Newest Social Network

Are you a professional? Do you sometimes wish you had the answer to that specific question in an area where you have absolutely no clue about how things work? Do you enjoy sharing ideas and knowledge with others? Tu parles … Continue reading

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The New Wave – « Collaborative Economy » in France

Last year, the world looked at France fearing it was on its way to become the next Greece, or at least that it would end up close to the bottom of the EU economy. Factories closed, unemployment continued to rise, … Continue reading

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Driven by the Will to Win – A Woman Lawyer who Decided to Prove Everyone Wrong

It’s always great to travel, see new places and meet new people. But little did I suspect that a lazy week end on the Atlantic coast would lead to a meeting with an inspiring woman who makes determination take on … Continue reading

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Women in Leading Roles – Can We Really Generalise?

Over the last few months, I have met several people who think that women, especially, change when they reach higher levels of hierarchy. They claim that women tend change in a more negative way, compared to men in the same … Continue reading

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