Dubbed the "Steel Lady" of Confindustria, Italy's leading industrial association, Emma Marcegaglia is renowned for her strong personality and for being the first female to lead the organization. Formerly the CEO of her family's iron- and steel-manufacturing enterprise, Marcegaglia was elected head of Confindustria in 2008. She holds her own as the only woman at a table of men and is a strong voice among the country's leaders on the need for financial reform.
Women of America, this is how much leading Republicans hate you >>> "... [O]ver the past couple of days, we haven’t even needed a policy debate or a slightly hyperbolic political slogan for a number of Republicans to do a truly impressive job of demonstrating just how much they personally hate women."
We’ll know for sure next Tuesday night. But right now, it appears that the Democrats’ No.1 strategy against Republicans in this year’s mid-term elections isn’t working. In fact, it appears to be backfiring against them.
In the midst of a tumultuous election cycle, Lori Berry shares how the story of Deborah in the Bible brings us hope through an example of godly leadership. As we look at Deborah’s ability to discern and judge fairly, lead the people of Israel with dedication, team build constructively when it was time to do battle and listen to God to activate a plan, we see that a person’s character is what defines their ability to lead well. https://4wordwomen.org/leading-its-all-about-character/
Sweden has criticised the Trump administration’s approach to climate policy as it announced legislation binding future governments to a goal of phasing out greenhouse gas emissions by 2045, among the most ambitious by any developed nation. The Swedish climate minister, Isabella Lövin, urged European countries to take a leading role in tackling climate change, now “the US is not there anymore to lead”. “I personally believe we could get there even earlier.” "For a safer and better future"