Is 'girl power' necessary in modern world?

Handley, Tricia
July 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);7/17/2009, p7
Trade Publication
The article comments on the importance of girl power in today's modern world of business. It is stated that women think and receive information differently from men, and therefore complement the communication and key messages needed to recognise and upskill to take the business out of comfort zones. It is stated that diversity is crucial for good boardroom practice and performance.


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