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Arianna Huffington: Women Have 'Tremendous Capacity' To Bring Wisdom to Leadership Roles

NEW YORK, September 29, 2016 — Arianna Huffington, the writer, entrepreneur, and founder of the Huffington Post, discusses why women could offer greater wisdom in leadership roles. Huffington appeared with Chinese real estate developer Zhang Xin and Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran at Asia Society in New York. (2 min., 35 sec.)

Video: The Power of Female Leadership (1 hr., 8 sec.)
Asia Blog: Arianna Huffington and Zhang Xin: Women Have a 'Tremendous Capacity' for Leadership


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