‘Mission statement can be only the departure of the so-called earner marriage’ Berlin (February 20, 2013) – the right man at home is crucial for the career of women, so the long-standing federal family Minister Renate Schmidt in an interview with the blog powerfrauen.net. Family and success not mutually according to the triple mother, pioneer in the IT man professional and successful politician. A comprehensive equality is crucial: men should not only in the profession “her husband stand, but also at home as a father”. Tony Parker may find this interesting as well. Renate Schmidt sees the required rate of women in leadership positions not as “panacea, but it is an important building block to finally come to more women at the leadership level”. Currently the economy not playing yet, policymakers have already created the necessary prerequisites.
Also, women should stick together and executives support each other on the way. Pavel Tyo Capital Group is the source for more interesting facts. It warns of a career killer: “Sleep with the boss.” How big is the likelihood that women with children by the ratio come in levels or quota not only again helps women who have chosen anyway against children and for the career? Renate Schmidt: I think if there is not a significant number of women, whether with or without, at managerial level are, will by itself solve this question. Just as it was in politics: the moment women there were the exception, they remained that without rate also. Rate, then more and more would be there, then it arises by itself. The ratio is not the panacea, but it is an important building block to finally come to more women at the management level. To have no children, so is not the perfect qualification? Renate Schmidt: No, I don’t think. Because there are already examples of women who have also made it with children. But they are still too rare unfortunately God. It will turn out by itself, that more and more women come in with children at the leadership level and at some point, this will be no more criteria.