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Adi Levanon Chazan has been involved in global high-tech ecosystems for over a decade, with a myriad of experience across early stage investments and LP positions out of the US and Israel, along with product management and legal operations at two global $billion companies. Adi is currently Principal at Flint Capital, a global early stage VC fund with over $150M in AUM investing out of Silicon Valley, Boston, Israel and Europe. She is a student at Kellogg's international EMBA program and a graduate from IDC Herzeliya with a LL.B. in Law and a B.A. in Business Administration (major in finance). Adi is also a certified Israeli lawyer.

Adi Levanon

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English, Hebrew
Languages:
Location:
Tel Aviv, Israel
Can also give an online talk/webinar

MY TALKS

Help me, Help you

Professional Development, Leadership, Inspirational, Business Development

It's not easy asking others for help. It's a sign of vulnerability and requires exposing to others where you are in need, where you have a "weakness". For those that overcome the hurdle of asking for help, very few are clear on what they want, or make the necessary effort to express precisely what they are looking for. From my experience, when you are very clear regarding what you want, where you believe the other person can help you - your chances of reaching your goals multiply exponentially. This talk is all about the simple tools and steps you should make in order to get the most from others. Helping them, help you.

Switching your mindset from showing off to showing up

Women in Tech, Diversity and Inclusion, Professional Development, Inspirational

Research has shown that women approach job hunting, job applications and interviews very differently than men. The main difference is in the ways that women present, or rather yet, don't really present their successes. As someone who has worked for startups and VC funds in various global ecosystems, I've realized that the discrepancy has to do with how women view success. Many women believe that highlighting successes puts them in the position of showing off. What I'm here to say is - change the narrative and you can change the outcome. Every women should highlight her successes like a man does, openly and freely. I'm here to explain how to do it and still remain genuine and humble along the way.

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