Communication between sex

The man was the central economic pillar, he was the one who had a job, earning money and sustaining the family, but society has evolved in the meantime, the canons have changed, today the women are presidents of states, they are opinion leaders, writers, scientists, fashion designers, they lead corporations with thousands of people,  they are educated or even more educated than men, earn as much as men do, there is no job a man can hold and a woman can not; including in the army, women can occupy important positions in the military hierarchy.

The most important obstacle to gender parity is a rooted male culture, according to a ManpowerGroup report.

The report, entitled “7 Steps towards Conscious Inclusion”, is based on qualitative research among 222 leaders from 25 countries, both emerging and confirmed, of both sexes, representing global companies with over 500,000 employees. According to the report, 3 out of 5 surveyed leaders (59%) consider that the most important factor for women to take a parity in company leadership is a gender-neutral culture.[1]

ELITE Business Women’s specialists say that women in Romania have taken very important steps in the last decade to put an end to the gender gap and Romanians need more confidence in their own powers to close the social gulf much earlier than the study international.

“At present, women in Romania have managed to equal or even surpass men in important chapters such as educational achievements or even managerial performance in the business environment, but the only chapters in which they start with a handicap are closely related to political representation – in the Legislature, the Government or even at the Presidency level, “explains Bianca Tudor, president of ELITE Business Women.[2]

The conference “We have succeeded, 1 year of authentic Romanian entrepreneurship” brings together women entrepreneurs and creates a high-performing and profitable business community and addresses women entrepreneurs or those who want to become entrepreneurs, but also women entrepreneurs and career men.

The “They Made It” Conference was also organized in five other cities – Bucharest, Constanta, Cluj-Napoca, Rm. Valcea, Braşov, an event attended by more than 1000 people and supported by more than 100 partners and 54 of speakers.

Fig. 21 – The conference “They made it” in Bucharest



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