The Women in Leadership publication is proud to announce the launch of the spring 2017 edition which is now available in digital format online, and free via the publication’s website.
The Women in Leadership publication targets a global readership and provides inspirational thought-leadership, insightful commentary, support and advice for women who are at all stages of their leadership journey; women who are, or who aspire to be, the best in their chosen field.
The Women in Leadership publication founder and Editor-in-Chief, Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, commented: “The goal of the Women in Leadership publication is to provide solution-led content and thought leadership focused on the advancement of women in all walks of life. We will be featuring disrupters, and including inspiring, practical and powerful educational content to help women succeed in both life and work.”
With the foreword from Sophie Walker, Leader of the Women Equality Party UK, this issue features substantive content including an exclusive interview with the United Nations Assistant Secretary General, Lakshmi Puri. Also featured are a number of other inspirational female leaders includingFacebook Vice-President EMEA, Nicola Mendelsohn CBE, Barclays Chief Operating Officer,Rebecca McNeil and President of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Amanda Clack. Additionally, the inspiring article, “Portraits of invisible women leaders” takes us to a Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon and coverage of the inspiring Couture designer, John Herrera, training disadvantaged women in the Philippines in Fashion and Design.
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu continues, “In a time where women’s rights are being thrown into compromise, Women in Leadership publication shines a light on all four corners of the world, and highlights the amazing campaigns that are changing the world, and the extraordinary women behind them.”
She concludes, “Where other business and thought-leadership publications focus on men, and feature women as a bolt-on, the Women in Leadership publication takes almost the opposite view and puts the opinions and experiences of women leaders across the globe at the centre of everything we do.”
The Women in Leadership publication is available to download from http://www.wilpublication.com/2017springissue and you can share your story on Twitter using #MoreWomenLeaders