Today, women have more freedom and options than they ever had in the past. Still, there is much to be desired when it comes to true empowerment in business and equality for women in everyday life. Whether you are already a working professional or a college student looking to make your foray into the business world, you know about the glass ceiling that you will have to take head-on in order to mark your presence into the business world.
Many people dream of being successful and building a growing business. And yet, there are very few who manage to achieve it. Why is women empowerment in business such a distant dream even today? Though the thought of it may sound difficult there are many women who have proved successful as entrepreneurs. There is hope for change and women empowerment in business. Watch these 5 TED Talks are from women who will inspire you to dream and how to achieve success.
5 Inspirational TED Talks For Women Empowerment In Business
Kirsten hall in her TED Talk “Women in business: entirely unremarkable” suggests that the women in corporate groups should work towards positioning more women in the business world. Women in business should be made a new normal rather than celebrating women in business only because they are women.
Sunni Patterson comes up with some powerful and beautiful words about the inner strength and perseverance of women. She inspires with her words, “Wild women are not to be tamed. Only admired.”
Actor and influential speaker Tracee Ellis Ross in this candid and fearless talk say that women with their global collection of experience and wisdom can no longer be ignored. She delivers an invitational speech to both men and women of the world for a better future.
Justin Baldoni in his talk encourages men to redefine masculinity and not just be good men but also good humans. He talks about redefining oneself and reconcile with who you really are and are capable of.
Public policy expert Anne-Marie Slaughter expands her thoughts from an earlier article she wrote: “Why women still can’t have it all”. Here she talks about her ideas explains how a change in culture, public policy, and social circumstances can help realize more equality for men and women.