PWN Madrid is a global movement of people working  towards gender balanced leadership through professional  development and international, cross-industry, online and in person networking

 

Aprende, conecta, comparte, avanza.

Benefits of membership

PWN offers you a one-stop platform to connect with like-minded professionals from across the world; to develop your skills and competencies, and to share your experience and knowledge. Become a member of the PWN Global community and you can:

  • Access a ready built global professional network that will help you to achieve your career aspirations
  • Learn from diverse sources (local events, mentoring, forums, webinars and dynamic content) how you can advance your career and make a difference to gender balance globally

Become a Corporate Partner and make a difference. We will support you with our corporate services, raise your visibility as a Gender Balanced Organisation and meet your geographical needs with a comprehensive programme. Together we will place gender balance at the very core of your operations.

Connect, share, learn, advance – yourself and the world!

 

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Welcome to PWN Madrid

Welcome to PWN Madrid– part of the PWN Global Federation of women networks. We are a Business Network for women whose purpose is to promote growth and self- development with openness and integrity. We have been bringing internationally minded professional women together to connect, share and learn since 2006. We offer inspiring and engaging events, workshops, training, webinars and mentoring.

2016 sees us celebrating our 10th anniversary.

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It's not sexist to say women aren't ambitious - it's about being gender bilingual

large engineering firm complained to me recently that they would â??love to recruit more women, but they just donâ??t apply.â? So we took a look at the job recruitment ads they use, the channels on which they published them, and the long list of bullet points that outlined the requirements...

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The best CEOs for women can’t all be men, here’s why

Can the best CEOs for women be men? One ranking this week suggested just that.

Out of a list of the top 50 CEOs for women, compiled by job site Comparably, only four  were female: Accenture’s Julie Sweet, General Motors’ Mary T. Barra, Lockheed Martin’s Marilyn A. Hewson, and Vertafore’s...

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What we offer

  • Balanced Leadership
    Balanced Leadership

    It’s no secret that balanced leadership is no longer simply the ‘right’ thing to do ...

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  • Mentoring
    Mentoring

           KICK OFF PROGRAMAS DE MENTORING 2018   Vídeo Kick off XII Programa Men...

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  • Entrepreneurship
    Entrepreneurship

    Currently, 30% of PWN’s global member base identify themselves as Entrepreneurs. If you ...

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  • Executive forum
    Executive forum

    We recognise that the C-suite leaders amongst our members need have some very specific nee...

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  • Networking / Events
    Networking / Events

    PWN Madrid organiza a lo largo del año distintos tipos de eventos en los que las socias p...

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  • Knowledge
    Knowledge

    Too much information, not enough time? Let us help you cut though the noise!! We present y...

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  • Corporate Partners
    Corporate Partners

    PWN Madrid es una red profesional dedicada a conseguir el equilibrio de género en puestos...

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  • NEWSLETTERS
    NEWSLETTERS

    Newsletter PWN Madrid Diciembre 2017_EN Newsletter PWN Madrid Diciembre 2017 Newsletter ...

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  • Executive Excellence - Raquel Cabezudo 14-2-2018
    Executive Excellence - Raquel Cabezudo 14-2-2018

    Entrevista Executive Excellence a Raquel Cabezudo Interview Executive Excellence to Raque...

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Women's Careers: From Problematic to Futuristic

Companies have grudgingly adjusted to the fact that women have babies – far fewer have adjusted to the fact that men have them too. But with two weighty new segments – the Millennials and the Perennials (aka as Boomers), women aren't the exception. It’s the old models that are becoming obsolete.

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