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Women in Wind participant Mercia Grimbeek on the strengths of women in the workplace


Mercia Grimbeek, one of the participants of the Women in Wind Global Leadership Program, spoke to South Africa’s Financial Mail in May 2019 about female leadership.

In the article, Mercia speaks about the need to support and mentor aspiring women in the energy sector, as a means of tapping into talented minds.

Women's strength is their holistic view and their emotional intelligence, which support financial decisions - balancing both the bottom line and the impact on communities.

Mercia Grimbeek, Compliance Manager, Mainstream Renewable Power Tweet

The article can be downloaded here.

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