Joana Visa and her personal development plan, next session of the 50a50 female leadership training program
The second session of the 50a50 female leadership training program will be held on Wednesday, February 12, and will go by Joana Visa, under the title "Why women can and want to be leaders. Personal development plan".
The first session of the 50a50 female leadership training program will be held on Monday, January 20, and will go by the president of the association, Anna Mercadé, under the title "Introduction. Transformational leadership".
The next session of the 50a50 feminist reading club will be held on Monday, February 10, as always at the Documenta Bookstore (Pau Clarís 144). In this meeting we will focus on the book "Now or never", by Arancha Ruiz.
We know that our agendas are collapsed when Christmas dates are approaching! However, we can not miss the opportunity to share some smiles with the members on these dates. That is why on Wednesday, December 18, the 50a50 association will held a networking activity, an ideal occasion for wishing happy holidays and welcoming the latest new members.
The next session of the 50a50 reading club will be on Monday, December 9, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., at the Librería Documenta (Pau Clarís 144), and it will be focused on this book: "We should all be feminists”, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Association 50a50 takes up the after-work sessions at the restaurant TiaSanta, which worked so well last year. It is about offering a space for discussion and networking between members and also between board members and members, to channel initiatives and proposals.
50a50 will celebrate the inauguration of the new season on Wednesday, October 9, from 7 to 9 pm. The session will focus on the presentation of the new decalogue of members, which has been the result of the work of the Mission and Strategies Commission, after a series of brainstorming sessions with the members.
The 50a50 reading club will held the third session on Monday, September 30, with the presentation of the book "Unbeatable. The age of women" (in Spanish), by María Rosa Benedicto, Sara Berbel, Maribel Cárdenas, Estrella Montolío and Ester Pujol.
The association 50a50 launches a feminist reading club aimed at members, with the aim of forming and reflecting on feminism and prepare ourselves to lead a movement of women entrepreneurs, professionals and executives committed to set new trends at business, economic and social level from a gender perspective.