About

Femflection, an on-line personal development community for professional/dynamic women in business of all ages and cultures, just like you. (If you are a guy, Welcome! The content works equally well for men and women. Still, it must be clearly stated that the site is mainly written from the perspective of women’s lives and leadership experiences).

We have a deep, shared passion for supporting women in business in realizing their potential and elevating their careers. We are convinced that anybody can be successful in what they do if they can generate the courage to give it a go. Our job is to help women in business to build their courage and put it to good use.

Femflection provides you and like-minded women the opportunity to:

  1. Be part of a trustworthy and mutually respectful community network of professional/dynamic women.
  2. Encourage such women to network and share information with each other.
  3. Explore best practices, share insights and learn about latest research for self-enrichment purposes.
  4. Build self awareness through
    • Reflection
    • Overcoming self limiting beliefs,
    • Lifting barriers of self expression,
    • Identifying potential areas for development,
    • Pointing out critical success factors and
    • Adopting a life-time learning attitude.
  5. Provide concrete suggestions for behavioral change that are effective in climbing the corporate ladder,
  6. Enter into a Femleadership Expert Power Partnership to achieve breakthrough personal success.

Visit our website www.femflection.com.

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All posts in Femflection blog were writen by our authors using their own experience. We will be happy if you like them and want to share with your audience. But please don’t forget to add a link to our blog or refer to Femflection while using any of them in your communications. Thank you and enjoy reading.

Sincerely yours,
Femflection team

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