PWN Munich is part of PWN Global, a global network of people accelerating gender balanced leadership in business and society, through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking.
We have a great community of professional women in PWN Munich. The PWN Munich City Network is currently going through a re-organisation and as such we have suspended the Premium Membership option that comprises access to our Mentoring programme and physical events.
During this re-organisation time, we are delighted to be able to offer you a special Online Membership which will enable you to connect with your international peer group via our member directory; take part in our themed chat forums to access latest news and job opportunities; and, attend all of our PWN Global webinars FREE of charge (along with access to the webinar library to learn at your own convenience).
Once the reorganisation is complete, as a gesture of goodwill, we will upgrade your membership for your remaining membership term to Premium, at no extra cost to you.
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In recent weeks, I have used the Leaders Edge blog to discuss empathy. I’ve described why I feel it is an essential aspect of leadership and I have busted some of the more common, persistent and insidious myths on the subject. What I would like to do in this week’s article is to provide...LEARN MORE
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When you’re under extreme stress, it’s not always easy to be patient and understanding with your coworkers. But judging them doesn’t help either. So how do you find and show empathy for your colleagues when your cognitive resources are depleted? First, accept that we’re all coping with the crisis differently. You may find it helpful to pay close attention to the news, for example, while your colleague prefers to limit the amount of information they take in.
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