Rising Through Visibility with The Chairman Executive Board of Aon Holdings, Marguerite Soeteman-Reijnen

Career Tips | Leadership Development | Rise To Leadership Podcast
May 25, 2021
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Our conversation with Marguerite Soeteman-Reijnen, Chairman Executive Board of Aon Holdings, Global CMO of Aon Inpoint and Chair of
Topvrouwen, is now on Spotify and Apple podcast.

To get ahead in your career, you need to be seen. Visibility in the workplace is one of the key things that enables employees to demonstrate their skills, get prominent assignments, and build strategic relationships. However, when women raise their voices to share a strong opinion, they are often called bossy by both men and women. So, where do we draw the line?

This episode is part of the Leadership Conversation series. In this conversation, Marguerite will talk about how women can rise to top leadership through visibility, and her work at SER Topvrouwen, an initiative based in The Netherlands that gives visibility to board-ready women in the country

This episode will help you understand how to use visibility as a tool for career advancement, and the roles that diversity and gender gap play in the placement of women on corporate boards.

Rise to Leadership Podcast, which was launched on March 8, is a bi-monthly show (weekly in March) that explores topics that matter while sharing stories of inspiring leaders who are creating positive changes.

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