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Dec

Thoughts of a male partner

Our next blog post comes from Matt Boyden, a partner of a 2nd year student at IESE. What are the challenges of being an IESE partner? For me, the biggest challenge came during the first 6 months- getting to know people and making friends. Laura was seeing the same people all day, every day and she formed strong friendships quickly. As a remote worker, my experience was very different. I...
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26
Nov

Qualified, Capable, Equal

We are excited to have our next post from an impressive first-year member of the Women in Business Club, Aroob Tawfiq.   My latest assignment at my previous job was the most difficult of my entire career. Within a team of two, I was tasked with establishing and concurrently running, the entire HR department for a start-up company. I was drowning in work. I was working late, working weekends, and...
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14
Nov

Our Opportunity – A Male Perspective

We are excited to have our next post from a male member of the Women in Business Club, Juan Villanueva Baygual.   Men in the Women in Business club: Amazing, right? Why would a guy care about it? What is he doing there? Is he looking to have a laugh? Or simply looking to meet someone? Those are actually real questions that come up. Usually together with laughs and maybe...
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26
Oct

“THE F WORD” – Why do women have to walk on eggshells when talking about sexism?

Introducing our new series, THE F WORD – real talk about feminism (a.k.a. gender equality). Check out our first article by WIB VP of Marketing, Roxanne Leslie.   “When a man gives his opinion, he’s a man. When a woman gives her opinion, she’s a bitch.” ― Bette Davis   A few months back, in our WIB Club group chat we discussed the possibility of talking in the open during orientation...
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