Trying To Solve Gender Imbalance From “The Other Side Of The Table”
This article is written by Ezequiel Djeredjian, a male member of the Athena team. Ezequiel and Athena are doing great work to solve the gender imbalance in business, through programming empowering women to grow themselves, and their dreams of entrepreneurship. Their work is a beautiful reflection of Innerpreneurship, and the collective value it creates. Similarly, I am becoming increasingly more aware of our gender imbalance, and my need to seek solutions. Sharing Ezequiel's perspective with ...
Asking My Mentor About… Sharing What I Do
Christine Dionese and I are Peer-to-Peer Mentoring each other. Here's what we've been asking each other about lately...
"Generally I'm the one handing out relationship advice, but looks like I need a fresh take on this one! I have always had great success working with friends. I'm in the beginning stages of a new project with a friend and I'm already thinking I may need to dissolve the business side of it. I move fast and work fast... and they don't. I can appreciate every effort a snail makes, but not in this case. How can I continue to move ahead, pursuing the project, but solo? Any advice for tactfully going about this with my friend?"
"You have multiple skills and talents that you bring together to shape your unique service offerings; in the face of this diversity of skills, do you have techniques for clearly articulating each offering (and how they might fit together) to someone who is not familiar with your work? What is your approach when (and if) your offerings are not clearly understood by that person?"