Seems appropriate to be facilitating the 2nd day of a 2-day meeting at Tupperware's HQ on #iwd2017 .
1) They've been in the business of helping women create/improve their economic agency since 1946, especially when options are/have been limited.
2) The vibe inside and outside this building is the best of any corporate HQ I've ever visited--celebration space, lots of amazing art (including a collection of Dali originals just hanging in the corridor), super-friendly people at the reception/in the hallways/in the cafeteria/in leadership, heavily subsidized food in the cafeterias, modern and colorful architecture and decor, lots of indoor/outdoor space, gorgeous flower gardens with many park benches and water features for one-on-one meetings or personal breaks/meditation, generous hospitality to us as guests, etc etc. And it may be a stretch, but I'm attributing the vibe to the positive effects of having plenty of women in leadership for a long time and a mission based on helping 3.1 million "sales associates" (99% of whom are women) around the world run businesses based on relationships and connection. It takes much more intentionality than just selling injection-molded plastic at a profit to create all this.
In a sea of hyper-masculine corporate spaces and cultures, this one stands out. I def see the company in a new light after this visit. Who knew? #iwd17