Women Power Podcast: By Women, For Women

Women Power Podcast

  A PODCAST FOR AMBITIOUS WOMEN BY AN AMBITIOUS WOMAN Obai and Hill’s Women Power Podcast hosted by Wafa AlObaidat Leading PR and Design Firm, Obai and Hill, launched a podcast last year, for ambitious women based in the MENA region with global outreach, the Women Power Podcast by Wafa AlObaidat. The Podcast was launched…

Read More

We Don’t Need To Fix Women, We Need To Fix Workplaces

We don’t need to fix women, we need to fix workplaces There is a big misperception that to succeed in business, women need fixing. The common belief that women need to be mentored to have more confidence, more drive and greater leadership skills to fit into the mold of what ‘good’ looks like is outdated…

Read More

Righting The Wrongs of Gender Policy Making in MEA

Gender Policy making

  Righting The Wrongs of Gender Policy Making in MEA Under both international scrutiny and support, the MEA (Middle East and Africa)* region has witnessed many breakthroughs on women’s rights and empowerment in recent years. But to a trouble-laden and often volatile geopolitical backdrop – coupled with socioeconomic shakeups to boot – these developments have…

Read More

3 Reasons Why Women Empowerment will Shape the future of Finance & Technology

Women in Finance & Tech

Why Financial and technological inclusion of women really matters… ‘’There is no limit, to what we women, can accomplish’’-Michelle Obama I start this article with Michelle Obama’s quote as to how powerful women can be for an obvious reason. We live in an era where women are not silent anymore; the only limit we have is…

Read More

Shatter the Glass! Women Leadership in Times of Crisis

Women Leadership

“Glass ceiling” and “Glass cliff”: While women have always been faced with what is called the “glass ceiling”, or the invisible barrier that makes it difficult for them to access top managerial positions, a counter phenomenon, the “glass cliff”, exists. Women in leadership positions at organizations going through crisis seem to be overrepresented. What are…

Read More