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EMEA I,D&E Webinar - Building Your Career In A Masculine Environment - Shared screen with speaker view
Tina Gandesha
32:37
Please do post questions here...
Oliver Socher
33:58
Do you see a general difference on this topic in different jurisdictions?
Tanvi Shah
50:04
One aspect of compassionate leadership (and generally working well with people) to my mind is flexing your approach and how you behave to the person you are interacting with. That doesn't mean hiding who you are but it does to me mean that I will share emotions, concerns, personal information differently depending on what might make them more comfortable (and how well I know them, etc.). Both looking up to more senior people and also more junior colleagues. Do you have any thoughts on that?
Kim Harper
56:18
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Mickey van Helden (she|her|hers)
59:08
Victoria would love to hear more questions from you - please do ask!
Mickey van Helden (she|her|hers)
59:41
Any junior people here who find it difficult to talk to senior leaders?
Amber Parslow (she/her)
01:01:59
I'm very junior in my career and definitely find it more difficult to speak to senior males than other colleagues. I've also noticed I would always apologise in emails (when it's unnecessary) so I'm trying to rephrase them. Any other trends women tend to do more than men and practical tips for growing confidence? My junior male colleagues definitely 'wing it' more than our female peers
Tina Gandesha
01:12:48
Thank you also Oliver for sharing
Angelene Jones
01:13:12
Extremely interesting, thank you so much Victoria.
Lynn van den Berg
01:13:20
Thanks everyone!
Amber Parslow (she/her)
01:13:24
A fantastic session! Thanks so much!
Ilse Bosman
01:13:28
Thank you!
Fatima Alhasan
01:13:33
Thank you all!!