There are a number of brilliant talks which focus on the advancement of women. However, in the interest of saving you time, I’ve compiled a shortlist of five of the best talks I’ve found, all brimming with fascinating insights and potent points. I hope you enjoy the videos as much as I have:
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1. Hannah Rosin: New Data on the Rise of Women
Using data which shows how women are advancing in the face progress made over the last 50 years, Rosin does a deep-dive and comes up with some exciting and surprising observations on the power dynamics between men and women.
2. Sheryl WuDunn: Our century's greatest injustice
From the hope and optimism of Hannah Rosin to the humility we progress to the reflection and ‘pragmatic realism’ of Sheryl WuDunn. WuDunn reminds us that so much more needs to be done globally for the advancement of women.
3. Sheryl Sandberg: Why we have too few women leaders
Sandberg is Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer, one of the most influential women in the corporate world and one of the most talked-about. She highlights the key differences between the behaviour of men and women in the workplace and outlines three compelling ideas for women to embrace in order to be successful.
4. Elizabeth Gilbert: Your elusive creative genius
Gilbert is a writer and the author of the bestseller Eat, Pray Love. Her foray into TED speaking has been met with at least as much acclaim as her book. In her talk, she shares the idea that we may not all be ‘geniuses’, but we do all have within us, a genius.
5. Amy Jo Martin: Innovate Your Life
“Renegade” Martin gives us a moving, honest and highly reflective talk on how to “innovate your life."
I hope that you are now suitably inspired and can go ahead and conquer the world. What are your own takeaways from the videos? Do you have any inspiring talks for women you’d like to share? If so, please let me know in the comments box below.