“I am looking forward to the day when people don’t talk about whether somebody is a woman or a man,” chimes Maggie Georgopoulos.
Maggie Georgopoulos‘ authority on women empowerment has grabbed attention during the International Women’s Day. Forbes, a widely popular news and magazine outlet for the world’s business leaders, sought for Maggie’s extensive wisdom on women who are still facing challenges in male dominated industries.
In the Forbes article, Why Women Still Do Not Get On At Work, Maggie shared her insights on how most companies still perceive and associate women with, which hinder them from earning a prime or leadership role. A key solution that Maggie emphasized is to empower both young men and women to question things, most especially on traditional attitudes toward pay and roles.
Maggie dedicates her upcoming book, Up The Ladder In A Skirt: Solidifying Your Leadership, One Bold Step at a Time, to help women pave new paths in business and in life.
“We need to be bold, smart and work hard, but my book can help. It’s a proven game plan, and I look forward to being able to discuss it and raise awareness of it whenever and wherever possible. Let’s change the world, if even just a little, for the better – together!” exclaims Maggie.
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