Lessons Learned from 1000 Women Entrepreneurs

What AngelPad founder, Korte learned from women to share with men:  Collaborate, People in the room have as much to offer as speakers, manners matter, know what you’re “asking for”, it’s not ALWAYS business.  From Forbes guest blogger, Thomas Korte.   Isn’t it interesting what you can learn from people, in this case women entrepreneurs, with different perspectives and styles?  And wouldn’t our boards/companies all be more successful with a wider group of perspectives, backgrounds, and styles so we too can learn to think differently?

Korte’s experiences at the Women 2.0 PITCH Competition mirrored my experiences at the Women Corporate Directors conferences where conversations are respectful, friendly, collaborative, focused, and helpful.

The link to his blog follows:


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Experienced leader, both as CEO and as board Chair. Founder of the 25 year old The Hopgood Group, LLC. Co-author of the award winning "Board Leadership for the Company in Crisis". Consultant to companies large and small. Expertise in board evaluations and leadership challenges.
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