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Ana Glišović, Financial Manager, Alumil

Women are Boldly Taking Leadership Positions

Alumil has fostered equality from the very beginning, so a large part of the top management consists of women. It has been shown that women are as persistent and dedicated to their work as men, but also that their ideas can be equally interesting, creative and effective

The fact is that in recent years, women have increasingly built their integrity and credibility in a male business environment and become more confident and aware of the capacities they can contribute to the company ~ says Ana Glišović.

When you enrolled in economics, did you think about where your path would take you, that you would be part of one of the most famous brands of windows and doors?

After finishing university, I was more focused on starting to work and gaining professional experience.

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The circumstances of my work gave me contact with services, trade and manufacturing, but my additional interest in architecture and interior design helped lead me to Alumil. When I had got to know the organisation and its corporate culture better, it was my pleasure to become part of the Alumil team, where I have now been for more than 11 years.

Making women aware of their values, competencies and leadership skills is the way to go

In the past, management positions in our companies were mostly occupied by men. Do you have the impression that this is slowly changing and that women are starting to take over?

The fact is that in recent years, women have increasingly built their integrity and credibility in a male business environment and become more confident and aware of the capacities they can contribute to the company. Consequently, the situation is slowly changing and women are encouraged to take up leadership positions. Our company is a good example of this, it fosters equality and a large part of the top management consists of women. We proved to be as persistent and dedicated to work as our male colleagues, but also that our ideas can be equally interesting, creative and effective.

Making women aware of their values, competencies and leadership skills is the way to go, to motivate women as much as possible for career development and assuming leadership positions, where they would be shoulder to shoulder with their male colleagues.

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