Session: ''Coronavirus and working from home: A new challenge for ambitious women in order to prove their productivity ''
A lot of women want to work remotely, but they’re less likely to be given the option. But in the days of coronavirus, ‘home office’ became the new normal for many of them. Can an ambitious woman stay productive and calm at the same time working from her kitchen table surrounded by kids? A bet that needs to be won. (And it is not the only bet we have to deal with.)
Key points discussed will be:
1. ''Ambition''. Is it still a taboo word for women? Why it is so difficult to admit that “I deserve this, because I worked so hard to get it, and I want more?''
2. How I will convince my colleagues and my managers that I can be productive while working from home?
3. How I can convince my family that my big goals are still here with me?
4. What coronavirus taught us about ''career'' and ''burn out syndrome''?
Is there a lesson we have to embrace at the end of each working day?
Founder of www.living-postcards.com platform
Founder of #Dontacceptit Campaign against domestic violence
Business Consultant / Columnist / Speaker / Writer
Iliada Evangelia Kothra was born in Athens. She has studied advertising, public relations, digital marketing, and worked at major firms as business consultant.
She is the founder of the global platform www.living-postcards a project started in 2012, at a time of deep economic and political crisis, out of the need to change the world's perspective of Greece.
She has published many articles about personal branding and digital marketing in big sites and magazines. She is invited to speak at many entrepreneurship and marketing conferences.
She is also the founder of the @dontacceptit campaign against domestic violence.
She has published two books. The first is called ''Love Status'' and it is about the way we experience love on social media, and the second is called ''Everything is already here'' talking about those precious moments we all sometimes take for granted. She loves to share her personal stories because she believes that when we share our thoughts, when we show our scars, when we discuss about our experiences, world gets better.