Women in Leadership@MBS
“There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women and girls."
(Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan)
The goal of the MBS initiative Women in Leadership is to connect and support (future) women leaders at MBS within a strong network of students, faculty, professional staff, alumni and supporting companies and organisations.
With this aim, we build a strong and authentic community, which wants to work for a more equitable and gender-mindful business world and is passionate about creating a diverse and open workforce.
Connect and Support
We build a network
- that is open to authentic exchange, inspiration and advice so that MBS females can learn and benefit from each other
- that connects MBS future female leaders with inspiring personalities from business, university and society
- that accompanies and advances everyone through their personal career steps.
Develop and Grow
We offer events where MBS future female leaders
- are enabled to reflect, expand and develop their personal strengths and potential
- are able to develop and strengthen their leadership competencies and career opportunities
- show, how to succeed through educational, professional and social activities
- reflect different development opportunities through inspiring role models.
Strive to change
We are convinced that our MBS future female leaders develop food for thought and implement activities that
- challenge the gender status quo
- create solutions for the diversity challenges of the future
- realize a more equitable and gender-mindful business world and
- become future female thought leaders.
- make an impact in the world
What others say about MBS Women in Leadership
CSE Director Germany, Microsoft. My advice to everyone in the MBS Women in Leadership Initiative: Be nice to your fellow men, no matter what position they hold.
Everyone prefers to work with nice and friendly people. Network with many different people and show initiative. Show passion. If something is really important to you, be persistent, it will pay off. And: I will be back; I like the international spirit here at Munich Business School.
Revenue Acceleration Lead - Large Publisher Solutions, DACH, #IamRemarkable Site Lead, ex Diversity Ambassador. It is crucial that women are able to present their achievements in the workplace and beyond with confidence.
To be aware of this again and again and to practice this is an important point both in our Google ‘Iamremarkable’ workshops and at the MBS Women in Leadership, which is why I am happy to support the female students at MBS here.
Student Bachelor International Business. Through networking events and lectures as part of the 'Women in Leadership' series, I got to know interesting female personalities and role models.
I also learned a lot about my own behaviour as a woman and my future role as a female leader.
Tebogo Refentse Mazibuko
Student MBA General Management. As MBA student, it is particularly important for me to exchange views with others on topics relating to women in management positions.
This way I get to know other perspectives that I can bring to my professional life. The MBS Women in Leadership Initiative is a wonderful opportunity for this.
Prof. Dr. Stefan Baldi
Dean of Munich Business School. The MBS Women in Leadership activities clearly show that diversity is a particularly important topic at Munich Business School.
It reflects our values ‘innovative’ and ‘responsible’ in a special way and underscores the fact that we pursue a holistic approach in our education.
Partner bei PINOVA Capital, MBS Alumna. Diverse teams make a real difference.
They are proven to be more innovative and successful. Therefore, as MBS Almuna I am happy to support all MBS activities so that we all come closer to the goal of more diversity and more women in leadership positions.
Chairman of the Management Board of EY Deutschland. At EY we have put diversity at the top of the agenda.
Diversity not only in terms of people from different nations, but also in terms of gender. We work daily to make diversity a success - and we are convinced that the MBS initiative 'Women in Leadership' also contributes significantly to more diversity.
Women in Leadership@MBS
is initiated by:
Vice Dean Learning & Teaching
Professor for Responsible Leadership