'Half-baked ideas' Create Future Leaders
Updated: Feb 16
I had the pleasure of meeting a fellow entrepreneur over a coffee recently to discuss democratization of AI and the evolution of digital transformations. Our conversation touched upon what qualities make women leaders successful. We realized that we have faced a common challenge. As we assess, pivot and evolve our ideas quickly, our peers don't always view this as a positive quality. This is a common trend among young female leaders with whom I have interfaced. It seemed counter-intuitive, given that start-ups and big firms alike need to challenge and update their strategies frequently, then act with agility to remain competitive.
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