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
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.
As on most Sunday mornings, my family was poring over the weekend paper, discussing the news, when my Mom handed me an article by Stephanie Coontz, Do Millennial Men Want Stay-at-Home Wives? The article references a study...
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Hell, no, but neither can any man I know
by Robin Pedrelli
I attended the recent Diversity Women Leadership Conference and was faced with the question, “Can women have it all?” This debate will likely rage on for decades, and we’re all tired of it. The vogue response has changed from “yes” to “no” to “yes, but not all at the same time.” Successful career women have been both applauded and beaten up for their response. I propose that we stop asking the question.
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