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Do you ever feel like the price of performing at a high level and making a big impact in your field is living with a continual level of stress, pressure and overwhelm?
One day we all woke up and the world had changed. How we do business, how we relate and even how we greet each other with a quick hug or handshake, all changed overnight.
On April 21st, at 12pm ET/5pm UK, Wnet and our friends at EWPN (European Women Payments Network) will hold a panel on payments in the EU and answer your questions.
COVID-19 has impacted economies, as well as personal and professional lives globally. Hear from our expert panelists on how the “new normal” is generating learnings, opportunities and efficiencies for women in payments.
Change is inevitable and unavoidable. And it is an essential part of growth, both for individuals and organizations.
Women in the Workplace is a study of the state of women in corporate America conducted annually by LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company.
Many of the large payments companies experienced mergers in 2019. Organizational Development Models show that often businesses do not fail after a merger due to a bad business arrangement – they fail due to the people.
In a world of growing complexity, many of the most challenging problems facing managers arise from their inability to keep up with the transformation of their business.
On November 19th our subject matter expert panelists discussed APAC payments and took live questions from the audience!
Confidence is a tiny muscle that is built over time and consistency. When one gets a little success, they trust themselves more. Over time, this grows.