Top Reads Of The Week: International Women’s Day: Empowering Women

We are in an era where women’s voices are heard, louder than ever before. Especially in the working industry where more women are taking on executive positions, a status historically dominated by men. There is still much to be done when it comes to gender equality in the workplace but with the opportunities presented today, women are proving their potential to be as good, if not better, than men when it comes to the ever-evolving professional world.

Women Are Now the Majority of the Workforce – But Working Women Still Face Serious Challenges

Gender discrimination in the workplace is an issue that has always been swept under the rug. But let me assure you, it is real. From pay disparities to harassment issues, women face many different difficulties as compared to their male counterparts. Therefore, it is important to recognize the importance of women and the different needs they might have (childcare, etc.) in the workplace.

Celebrating Women’s History Month with Justice Leah Ward Sears

This is certainly an amazing article worth reading. The career advice Justice Leah Ward Sears shares are not only relevant for a woman to be successful in today’s professional environment, but it is also empowering as well. Assuredly a great read, enlightening pointers for both men and women out there reaching for success.

35 of the Most Powerful Woman in the World in 2020

From the young and brave Greta Thunberg to the wonderful and accomplished Oprah Winfrey, celebrate the phenomenal women that not only inspire and transform lives but saving the earth as we speak! Be inspired by the women of today and empower womanhood and bask in all of its glory!


The Science of Women’s Leadership | Alexis Kanda-Olmstead | TEDxCSU

Women are no doubt natural leaders, so how can we implement it more in the workforce and fully utilize it where it matters? In this Ted Talk session, Alexis Kanda-Olmstead beautifully structures analogies and life experiences on how women are underrepresented as leaders. The thing that jumps out and made me realize when I was watching this video is, women fear leadership. Women are afraid to stand out in a male-dominant world and take that lead.

Alas! From my personal experience, women shouldn’t be afraid. It might be a tough world out there with all the stereotyping and what not but take the plunge. And you will be surprised at the outcome, I promise you that. This is not a male versus female agenda or anything of that sort. This is a call to every woman out there, that a great leader lies in each and every single one of you. Have a warm beverage and enjoy this video. I hope it inspires you as much as it did for me.

About Timeo-Performance

We were founded with a vision to improve the world of work for everyone

We are in the Skills Business!

Through recruitment, training and consulting, Timeo-Performance provides solutions for increased performance of companies, teams, and individuals. As our clients are in the center of global business and often serve the APAC region, our solutions need to be sustainable in a multicultural and remote context.

Our joint venture with Akteos, the European leader in intercultural training, and partnership with digital learning solutions provider CrossKnowledge have therefore been organic and logical additions to our service. Timeo-Performance has been helping companies in APAC increase business performance since 2008 with offices in Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.


Isabelle Larche

Managing Director, Recruitment & Executive Search at Timeo-Performance

Isabelle is a Human Performance expert, with over 10 years of professional recruitment experience, and 15 years of Business Management Consulting experience. Isabelle is the Vice President of the French Chamber of Commerce and Trade Counsellor (Singapore Chapter) to the French Embassy.

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