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  1. José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    @Javier 🐝 beBee CEO de beBee interviene en la mesa de debate en el evento #WomanGoOn by Porsche.
    José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    Raquel Serradilla on Twitter
    twitter.com “En directo #WomanGoon.Rompiendo #CreenciasSociales...
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  2. José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    Ha sido un placer formar parte del evento #womangoon by #Porsche 2017, organizado por Referencia2 en el Teatro Goya Multiespacio para concienciar a la sociedad y a las empresas de la importancia de la diversidad de género y el #talentodelasmujeres. En la foto con Ana Dos Santos, directora del Teatro Goya, @Lydia Pérez García-Ruescas Directora de @Referencia2, Judith Obaya, atleta extrema y @Javier 🐝 beBee , cofundador de beBee. José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
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    Ignacio Orna
    23/09/2017 #3 Ignacio Orna
    Diversidad de género e igualdad de salarios, para el mismo trabajo. La verdad es que si fuera como debe de ser estos eventos no existirían, pero lamentablemente tienen que existir para a dar voz a quien no pueden gritar ni un susurro, porque la despiden de inmediato.
  3. ProducerChristian Gálvez
    Las mujeres y el aire.
    Las mujeres y el aire.Quizá las más famosa de todas sea Amelia Earhart, la primera mujer piloto que atravesó ella solita el océano Atlántico, que se convirtió en película con Hillary Swank y Richard Gere y todo.Pero no fue ni mucho menos la primera mujer piloto de la...
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    Ignacio Orna
    26/07/2017 #2 Ignacio Orna
    El machismo imperante en muchísimas épocas ha impedido que mujeres de mucha valía como Amelia Earhart hubieran hecho que la sociedad se hubiera desarrollado mucho mejor y más deprisa. Aunque algunas si que se armaron de mucho valor y sacaron los pies del tiesto.
    Catalina Serrano
    28/06/2016 #1 Catalina Serrano
    Mujeres al poder!!
  4. ProducerRebel Brown

    Rebel Brown

    25/06/2016
    The Biggest Lie About Women in Business
    The Biggest Lie About Women in BusinessFor most of my career I've listened to this prevalent lie about women in business. Every time I hear or read about it, I want to just scream.I don't know who came up with it. Obviously that person has never been a woman in business.What's the lie? ​...
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    Brian McKenzie
    07/07/2016 #21 Brian McKenzie
    #20 meh - everyone puts their hand on a hot iron once. 10 years single, never going back.
    Rebel Brown
    07/07/2016 #20 Rebel Brown
    #17 Im so sorry your ex's hurt you so deeply Brian.
    Rebel Brown
    07/07/2016 #19 Rebel Brown
    #18 Some of us are still in cave brain @Amour Setter
    Amour Setter
    07/07/2016 #18 Amour Setter
    Some good points there. I think the most insulted I've ever felt was when a good male friend told me the best strategy for my retirement would be to find a husband and become a "trophy wife"! Imagine! :(
    Brian McKenzie
    07/07/2016 #17 Brian McKenzie
    I have lost count of the number of people that I have known that have gotten a scholarship, grant, promotion, hired, appointed or funded because they were able to take advantage of gender or racial specific EEOC programs. Of most notable example, my Ex. She was selected for a federal agency with lower test scores, physical standards and poorer marksmanship qualifications than I had. My ex before her was a fellow student in the Russian program, we had the EXACT same answers on homework and tests - and mine would always receive the Red Marks of corrections - hers would not. And the skirts she wore on test days - legendary. To say it doesn't exist is a pandering pedantic blathering folly that fails to meet real world experience and tendencies. As a challenge - do go find and cite any State, Federal, University or Funding programs dedicated solely to the advancement of men (that is also not tied to another EEOC entitlement vertical )
    Nicole Chardenet
    07/07/2016 #16 Nicole Chardenet
    #14 Good women hired for bad reasons is still a good thing. Bad women hired for good reasons, not so much. Same goes for men.
    Rebel Brown
    07/07/2016 #15 Rebel Brown
    #14 Thats interesting @Sarah Elkins I know some bigtime women CEOS in high tech who got their jobs for things other than their business skills, but it wasnt necessarily because the company was hiring for a "quota". Would love to hear more!!!
    Sarah Elkins
    06/07/2016 #14 Sarah Elkins
    This is sad, @Rebel Brown, but I do know more than one woman who got her job because they "needed a woman in a director's seat." One was quite qualified, but that's not why she was hired. In another case, there were other women who were more qualified, and men, too, but politics and the good-old-boy club was very active in both cases I could share with you. Maybe it's the Montana factor?
    Rebel Brown
    06/07/2016 #13 Rebel Brown
    #11 How I would love to be a fly on the wall and see their faces @Julie Hickman And I hear you - we have come so far. I'm not sure younger women today realize just how far we have come. I wrote this about my experiences when I started in business... whaddya think? https://www.rebelbrown.com/2016/06/17/why-i-cried-when-hillary-spoke/
    Rebel Brown
    06/07/2016 #12 Rebel Brown
    #10 YA know @Nicole Chardenet This whole election year has me shakin my head. Partly because of the Trumpeter, more so because people listen and believe without checking facts or asking questions. I want those tax returns cause I guarantee you there's a big bad boogie man in there... BTW I thought this article was both interesting and terrifying... http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/cover_story/2016/07/vladimir_putin_has_a_plan_for_destroying_the_west_and_it_looks_a_lot_like.html
    Nicole Chardenet
    06/07/2016 #10 Nicole Chardenet
    #9 hey, Saddam was a great guy! He was good at killing terrorists. And Hillary Clinton is just a big liar...sez the guy who thinks Obama was born in Kenya. And she isn't transparent...sez the guy who won't release his tax records. :P
    Rebel Brown
    03/07/2016 #9 Rebel Brown
    #8 @Nicole Chardenet Speaking of Dinosaurs that need to be Extinct..... :):):)
    Nicole Chardenet
    01/07/2016 #8 Nicole Chardenet
    #5 Ask Donald Trump. He seems to know where Hillary Clinton got *her* woman card. :)
    Nicole Chardenet
    01/07/2016 #7 Nicole Chardenet
    #4 Oh, that's why I specified *dinosaurs*, not *every* man is a T-Rex! Hope that woman card arrives soon for you :)
    Rebel Brown
    30/06/2016 #6 Rebel Brown
    #3 THats weird @Nicole Chardenet I commented on this yesterday and now the comment is gone. Wow, Linkedin hive syndrome?? ANYWAY. It's not all guys. I know too many who are supporters to go there. I do believe its the result of many interlaced factors. The traditional male/female roles are changing from the boomers to the millennials and thats a conflict. That same programming in boomer men seems to drive some of the BS. But its women involved too... you know, the senior ones who have Imposter Syndrome and get afraid of any woman who comes around that has a clue? Then there's just plain STATUS QUO BIAS and the drive to do things the way we've always done them. Add to that jealous people who need an excuse for not winning and you have a recipe for , well. this mind of behavior.
    Rebel Brown
    30/06/2016 #5 Rebel Brown
    #4 ROFL @Randy Keho I didnt know you wanted a card..... hmmm. Pink???
    Randy Keho
    29/06/2016 #4 Randy Keho
    Please do not generalize, Nicole, it's not becoming. By the way, I'm expecting my honorary woman card in the mail from @Rebel Brown. It should be here any day now.
    Nicole Chardenet
    28/06/2016 #3 Nicole Chardenet
    Bitch moan, whine complain, bitch moan whine complain. It's just the death rattles of a dying breed of dinosaurs who are nicked that the world's longest affirmative action program - for white penises - has come to an end and they actually have to compete on MERIT now.
    Rebel Brown
    25/06/2016 #2 Rebel Brown
    Thanks for sharing my buzz @Javier 🐝 beBee!!
    mohammed khalaf
    25/06/2016 #1 mohammed khalaf
    all that adjectives is found in woman ,honestly she is deserving that job and she is half of society.
  5. ProducerMarcia White

    Marcia White

    23/06/2016
    YOU Get What YOU GIve
    YOU Get What YOU GIveHave you ever wondered if you get positive energy and engagement from those around you due to YOUR approach and attitude or if it just naturally happens?  Is the converse true sometimes that you find others tougher to connect with, tentative or not...
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    Rebel Brown
    25/06/2016 #5 Rebel Brown
    Absolutely @Marcia White And FYI.. I frown when I concentrate. Always makes people think I'm angry or mean. I work on it and work on it but it still happens. So now I warn people....
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    23/06/2016 #4 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    A wonderful story to support your topic Marcia. Unfortunately I picked up the habit of scowling when I concentrate and like your father people think I'm angry or frustrated when I'm working, so I always acknowledge them with a smile.
    Marcia White
    23/06/2016 #3 Marcia White
    #1 thanks Sharon and George. I agree - it is just something to be aware of. Appreciate you sharing your perspective and continuing the conversation!
    Sharon King
    23/06/2016 #2 Sharon King
    I certainly agree with you that putting positivism into a room can effect the room as a whole but I agree with @George Hull, it's really best to appreciate the fact then let it go rather than tog et too caught up in the thought itself.
    George Hull
    23/06/2016 #1 George Hull
    I like your perspective on taking responsibility of what we communicate with others @Marcia White I would add that in the being aware of this doesn't mean to obsess on what others think. It's just about working on how to balance it.
  6. ProducerRebel Brown

    Rebel Brown

    16/06/2016
    Why We're Failing Young Women Leaders
    Why We're Failing Young Women Leaders Even the research says we're failing young women leaders. For example: Less than 15% of young women leaders see the executive women in their organizations as good role models. 55 % said they aren’t satisfied with the leadership development...
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    Rebel Brown
    26/06/2016 #44 Rebel Brown
    #43 Why thank you @Paul Walters Im honored by the kind words:)
    Paul Walters
    26/06/2016 #43 Paul Walters
    Thanks, great piece!!!
    Rebel Brown
    26/06/2016 #42 Rebel Brown
    Thanks for sharing @Milos Djukic !!!!!
    Sarah Elkins
    26/06/2016 #41 Sarah Elkins
    #40 Thanks! I'm always glad to have company in the late bloomer category, @Rebel Brown. I wrote about finding my voice at 40 -- by singing in a rock band for the first time. It was a guest post on Whitney Johnson's website. If you search my name with the word dream, the post comes up near the top.
    Rebel Brown
    26/06/2016 #40 Rebel Brown
    #39 Good for you @Sarah Elkins One of the most common ways we give up control is by failing to draw our boundaries and allowing rudeness, people to take advantage and more. I ONLY began drawing my boundaries about 5 years ago. I was a late bloomer. When I first started all heck broke loose around me. People didnt like it that I was standing up for myself. Associates self selected out of my life (Yes!) and Im now left with true friends who are my family. I'm proud of you!
    Sarah Elkins
    26/06/2016 #39 Sarah Elkins
    #35 I had a great moment two weeks ago, @Rebel Brown, one that was building for a few years and finally happened. A woman at work was telling me how angry she was about something (I'll post about it later). When she attacked with "you should have asked me", I said: "Well, (Name), you're not nice to me. If I have a choice, I'll ask someone else. When I come to you for anything, you're rude and dismissive, why in the world would I put myself in that position when I can avoid it?" She was left with her mouth hanging open. I simply called her on her bad behavior, without being insulting or emotional or angry. It was a highlight of my career... which is just a bit bittersweet.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    25/06/2016 #38 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    #36 You have a great weekend!
    Rebel Brown
    25/06/2016 #36 Rebel Brown
    #34 @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador Brilliant. It is jealousy. They're afraid they'll be found out (Imposter) and they know you have more skills than they do (CAT.) The combination sometimes turns into a cornered feline.... sigh. Hope you're having a great Friday:)
    Rebel Brown
    25/06/2016 #35 Rebel Brown
    #33 You're on @Sarah Elkins And yes, men do it too. But they aren't as catty about it. Ive watched em. Matter of fact and to the point. Slit your throat and move on. Women just get so darned emotional and nasty about it.... I've rarely had a guy take it to a personal level. Other than the twit ragers on social media:) Women - ALL the time.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    25/06/2016 #34 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    #32 And you can probably add jealousy to the equation.
    Sarah Elkins
    24/06/2016 #33 Sarah Elkins
    #28 Men do that too, @Rebel Brown, the backstabbing, etc. I just get so disappointed when it's a woman because I believe so strongly that we should be helping each other. And, of course, the answer to your comment#32 is that you are the face of change - if you are doing a good job, there will always be a few people who don't like you. This is the perfect topic for us - over a bottle of wine and some good chocolate.
    Rebel Brown
    24/06/2016 #32 Rebel Brown
    #31 I have so many stories like that @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador Its happened to me in every company I've ever consulted for. There's always one or two women who are threatened when I come in and they decide to show the world they can "beat" me. Which is really funny when you consider the owners of the company are the ones bringing me in. You'd think the women would be smarter... but then these women are always the ones who got their jobs without the skills to actually do them. So they are threatened and I guess just not that savvy. Pain in the butt for me though. Im focused on saving a business and they're playing with arrows. really?
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    24/06/2016 #31 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    #30 That's unfortunate Rebel. I have seen some inappropriate handling by management, CEOs and owners and your story is up there with the worst of the worst. You wonder what made her take the action that she did.
    Rebel Brown
    24/06/2016 #30 Rebel Brown
    #24 @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador Here's a story for you. Im working to turnaround a multi billion dollar company that has dropped to half a billion in revenue,. NOT pretty. The in place teams were so resistant to change that the CEO and board told me to bring in my own people and get the job done. So I did. One of the women directors wrote a letter to the SEC and the CEO claiming I was hiring people without approvals and using favoritism to bring in a consulting team. Bascially tried to get me blackballed. She was extremely under-qualified for her job and obviously she was threatened. She got fired for it, but I had to deal with the SEC over the damned letter. As did my client, when we were in the midst of saving the ship. I still dont understand what she was thinking.... Sigh.
    Rebel Brown
    24/06/2016 #29 Rebel Brown
    #23 @Randy Keho First, you're never in the way. 2nd, I could tell you stories that would make your hair curl... Woman after woman backstabbing me (I should say attempting) as I came into the company to consult. I even had one try to run over me in a parking lot. I've learned through the years that men seem to think women get along. In fact... women who have power and who are also insecure about that power will attack another woman with power faster than a duck on a bug. Its ridiculous and we all need to GROW UP and help others...
    Rebel Brown
    24/06/2016 #28 Rebel Brown
    #26 @Sarah Elkins One of my biggest peeves is that women dont support other women. Instead, some women turn into cats and get out their claws. I've dealt with it all my life. Why women dont support other women is beyond me. Only thing I can determine is that these women are insecure., afraid they'll be found out and so they attack rather than share and teach.
    Rebel Brown
    24/06/2016 #27 Rebel Brown
    #21 Absolutely @Laura Mikolaitis I spoke about that topic at a state SHRM meeting. Everyone got excited and I ended up having an overflow crowd in my breakout session. When they went back to their companies, their bosses told them "We dont do that." and that was the end of that. Amazing to me but then we resist change as part of our programming!
    Sarah Elkins
    23/06/2016 #26 Sarah Elkins
    #23 I have had very few professional women as mentors and guides. The majority of my experience with women in leadership positions where I've worked has been absurdly negative. That's why I reach out so much to women of every age, in every position, to encourage support, advocacy, and mentorship of each other. It has been a discouraging ride, to say the least, to see so few women in support of each other in my experience. Now, though, I'm finding all kinds of support (outside of my current position) by women of every generation and I'm gaining hope that we will continue to improve the way women lead and support each other!
    Gerald Hecht
    23/06/2016 #25 Gerald Hecht
    #16 @Rebel Brown yeah, I was merely trying to emphasize your excellent point!