2021 Women's Fans "Multi-Leadership" 1000-person questionnaire survey, survey women and gender, in self-leadership problems. What do women do to turn adversity into their own advantage? Women fans work with Project EMplify and Harvard Business School associate professor Le Ren Huang to provide solutions!

In the path of self-realization and career growth, we will all encounter adversity, how to turn their adversity into advantage, is the key to growth.

The "Women's Models Who Turn Adversity into Advantage" series, produced by Project EMplify in collaboration with women's fans. Show you strong and influential women who turn soft skills into a sharp edge (#EDGE) of adversity, breaking down gender and identity barriers. Courage, perseverance, adaptability and guidance are all "core functions", "interpersonal skills" and "soft skills" that help us overcome challenges in life and work.

On this year's International Women's Day (#IWD2021), we not only praise the stories of these women's transition to strengths in adversity, but also hope to use it to stimulate thinking and ask ourselves, "What does it look like to have the edge in my hand that turns adversity into an advantage?" "What soft skills do I have?" By embracing your soft skills, you can also turn weaknesses into strengths, and whatever challenge you choose (#ChooseToChallenge), you will be unstoppable.

In www.projectemplify.org, we embrace soft skills, empower people to find their own strengths, and then embark on a more successful path. Through the book and tutor system, and the education of students and teachers in poor areas, the gap between school education and the needs of the workplace has been narrowed. To learn more, search @projectemplify at IG.

Professor Leren Huang, Harvard Business School

In the face of suspicion, I hone the advantage of "trusting my instincts".

Professor Leren Huang, harvard business school

Huang Leren is a professor at Harvard Business School and author of the best-selling book Hidden Advantage. She was an assistant professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and co-founder of Project EMplify, a non-profit program that aims to develop soft skills in poor areas and bridge the gap between school education and workplace needs. Her work is included in newspapers and magazines such as the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, Nature, etc. In addition, she has been named the "Best Business School Professor" under the age of 40 by the Poets and Quants website, and the "Top 50 Management Thinkers" in the world by 2021. From Project EMplify's "Adversity To Advantage Women Series."

U.S. Vice President He Jinli

In my political career, I was often the first "non-white woman" in the office, and I turned it into political acumen and soft power.

The first female vice president of the United States, He Jinli

He Jinli is one of the most successful politicians in modern American history. She is the current vice president of the United States, not only the first female vice president in U.S. history, but also the first African-American and Asian vice president. Her political career began as san Francisco district attorney and later served as California's attorney general and U.S. senator. From Project EMplify's "Adversity To Advantage Women Series."

Social advocate Malala

I'm often underestimated because of my gender, but it gives me more perseverance to fight for fair access to education.


Malala is an actor from Pakistan who fights for the right of women to be taught on an equal footing with girls. Inspired by her father, Malala actively spoke out for human rights and the right to education as a teenager. She survived the Taliban shooting and has since become an internationally renowned advocate for women's education. To continue her efforts, she founded the Malala Foundation, which aims to help every girl get a good education, and in 2014 she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, making her the youngest winner in history. From Project EMplify's "Women with Adversity To Advantage" series

Human rights lawyer Emma Clooney

In the face of the inhuman situation faced by vulnerable groups, I continue to speak out to bring the issue to the fore.

Human rights lawyer Emma Clooney

Emma Clooney is a Lebanese-born British lawyer specializing in international human rights law, qualified to practice in the UK and us, and has represented the International Tribunal in The Hague. She has represented a number of high-profile clients, including Yulia Tymoshenko, Julian Assange and Mohamed Nasheed, and has appeared regularly before international courts to help human rights violators seek justice, including Rohingya, Armenian genocide victims and victims of ATTACK. From Project EMplify's "Women with Adversity To Advantage" series

Fragile Courage by Bryony Brown

Adversity is fear of being vulnerable, and my advantage is to choose to face and appear even if I can't control the results.

Bryony Brown

For the past 20 years, Bryony Brown has devoted himself to the study of human courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy. She is a well-known best-selling author, with five books at the top of the New York Times list, including "Imperfect Gifts," "Fragile Power," "The Power of Courage," "Be Yourself" and "Calling Courage." From Project EMplify's "Adversity To Advantage Women Series."