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The technological transformation is underway at the dawn of the new decade. I think we are all both fascinated and scared about what is going to happen in the 2020s. We know for sure that it will entail the shift of jobs requiring more creative and high-cognitive skills. Talent will be measured by sophisticated intelligence, forensic efficiency, and pressure resiliency. Companies with innovative and tech advanced products will thrive economically, but I believe it will not be enough to advance our society. Business leaders will have to involve their ingenuity and energy to sustain this change for people. And not only for technically savvy people or creative minds. The culture of innovation will have to be for everybody regardless of their background, education, gender, race, or current occupation.

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If you don't have a history of being paired with wonderfully knowledgeable and encouraging supervisors, you're not alone. According to the latest research from Gallup, only 18 percent of U.S. managers were scored as having "high talent" in leadership skills.

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If you don't have a history of being paired with wonderfully knowledgeable and encouraging supervisors, you're not alone. According to the latest research from Gallup, only 18 percent of U.S. managers were scored as having "high talent" in leadership skills. The research also shows that approximately 51 percent of U.S. managers are not engaged in their work. This figure is depressing, but it pales in comparison to the overall figure for employee disengagement in this country – a whopping 87 percent of employees are not engaged in their work (Gallup).

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Sarah LaFleur brought her professional women's wear company, MM. LaFleur, from the brink of shutting down to a $70 Million dollar start up in four years. Her company continues to thrive in today's marketplace; they've recently expanded their product line to include shoes. The company is anticipating massive growth and has one of the highest lifetime value in the e-commerce industry.

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“What a seismic year it's been for women," opened Tina Brown, Founder of Tina Brown Media. And it's no understatement. The female-celebrating media company, whose annual multi-day event, which began on April 12th, drew hundreds of attendees, explored a myriad of scintillating topics such as female imprisonment, the modern establishments of male autocracy and how to get women into power. In its 9th year, Women in The World is meant as a study in female relevancy, and this year it showed remarkable scope and depth.

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