Pro­files of seven suc­cess­ful work­ing women

Executive Magazine - - Contents - By Na­bila Rah­hal

For this month’s spe­cial re­port on women in the work­force, Ex­ec­u­tive chose to pro­file a se­lec­tion of seven suc­cess­ful, up­per man­age­rial level, Le­banese work­ing women. Some of th­ese women work in the pri­vate sec­tor, oth­ers are in the public sec­tor, but for all the dif­fer­ences in their job ti­tles and roles, they share some com­mon­al­i­ties. They are all am­bi­tious, hard work­ing and were able to build up their ca­reers de­spite the ob­sta­cles that most work­ing women face. They were all raised in sup­port­ive fam­i­lies who fos­tered their am­bi­tions, and they all now credit the fam­ily they have built, their hus­bands and chil­dren, and the mo­ti­va­tion and sup­port they of­fer, for help­ing them achieve this suc­cess. In th­ese pro­files, we ask them how they man­aged this bal­anc­ing act, what drives them to suc­ceed and what lessons they would give to the young women who are just en­ter­ing the work­force.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Lebanon

© PressReader. All rights reserved.