Daniel Taub is former Israel’s ambassador to the United Kingdom. He served between 2011 and 2015. He is one of the best performing Israeli ambassadors of all time. His dedication to work saw him accomplish so much for his country than it has happened in the history of the relationship between the two countries. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/may/08/boycott-israelis-tuc-bigotry and http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=864881
Daniel Taub was a diplomat who knew what he wanted; he always worked for the best interests of his country. Perfection in his duties was enhanced by the commitment he had in performing his duties. His appointment to the office of the ambassador was a chance to work for his country that he dearly loved. As a believer in the Jewish culture, he wanted to serve the Jewish community living abroad in a better way.
Daniel Taub played his role as an ambassador so well that he attracted even the attention of his government. His achievements were like never seen before. He was good in his work. He worked so hard that it was undeniable that he was the man for the job.
As a diplomat, he knew that his role was to make the interests of his country and those of the United Kingdom rhyme. He made the relations between the two countries so good that he left no one in doubt of his capabilities.
Daniel Taub was appointed to office at a time when the two countries had a lot to share. There was the issue of the Middle East that needed to be addressed. As a diplomat who was aware of the whole issue regarding the Middle East crisis, he would help the United Kingdom, as well as the whole world, understand what his country was doing about the crisis. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Ideamench
Daniel Taub is one of those who believed that Israel had nothing to do with the unending conflicts in the Middle East. As a country, they had done what it takes to ensure that peace and stability prevail, but their neighbors were against any agreement that would lead to this.
Daniel Taub says that Israel has shown signals that it is ready to embrace peace if their neighbors do so. There are already peace agreements that Israel have struck with countries such as Egypt and Jordan which is an illustration that the countries in the region can work together. The peace deals between these countries are still in existence until today, and the members have respected it.
Much time has passed since the fight for women’s suffrage, and over that course of time, there have been a variety of changes for the better. However, there remains certain discrepancies between male and female employment—particularly that gap which exists between male and female leadership. Women like Susan McGalla are working to shorten this gap and prove that female leaders have a place in this modern world.
How do we help end this gender discrepancy? Arguments over this issue have flown back and forth for years. Some claim that women need to take better initiative; they need to step up and make themselves more well known if they want to rise up. And yet, there are plenty of examples of women in business doing just that and still missing the bar. Truly, the underlying problem is that it is more often who you know rather than what you know, especially in business. Therefore, the solution is not that women should work harder (as if they are not already) but that, during this build-up phase, they need sponsors who are higher up in the business to highlight their abilities and accomplishments to the upper echelons of the business world. Once these women are known, they can be properly assessed as professionals.
McGalla—VP of Business Strategy and Creative Development for the Pittsburgh Steeler, Founder of P3 Executive Consulting, LLC., CEO of The Wet Seal, Inc., President and Chief Merchandising Officer of American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.—has gone far and achieved much for herself and professional women across the nation. McGalla has proven that gender has no place in deciding who is capable (or incapable) of achieving great things in the business world. But even this understanding of Susan McGalla is flawed, as it takes the assumption that her being a “successful woman” is something bizarre, something one might see in a circus. Rather than seeing men and women in the business world as inherently different, perhaps it is time to remove gender from the equation and recognize those who succeed as the professionals that they are.
Find out more about Susan McGalla: http://bitsylink.com/2017/06/14/susan-mcgalla-as-a-high-performing-business-woman-in-the-corporate-world/