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– Extra Meghan. When Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex joined us on the Fortune Most Highly effective Ladies Summit final month, we have been thrilled to characteristic her insightful conversation with Fortune‘s Ellen McGirt about humane tech and easy methods to construct wholesome communities on-line.
However there was extra to come back: the duchess joined us yesterday, this time on the Fortune MPW Next Gen Summit, to speak concerning the theme of “brave management”—how she finds braveness inside, approaches risk-taking, and thinks about her function as a pacesetter on the world stage.
Fortune‘s Michal Lev-Ram covered my conversation with the duchess, which spanned wholesome social media use, how motherhood influences her method to management (Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, are dad and mom of almost year-and-a-half-old Archie), and extra.
Meghan’s ideas on motherhood particularly stood out to me. “My intestine is that it makes you extra brave,” the duchess stated, answering my query about whether or not parenting has made her extra cautious or extra brave in her decisions. “It makes you so involved for the world they [your children] are going to inherit. On the similar time, I’m cautious of placing my household in danger by [saying] sure issues—I attempt to be very clear with what I say, and never make it controversial.”
You’ll be able to watch Meghan’s clip about motherhood here and a clip that includes her ideas on social media—she factors out that the time period “customers” suggests an inclination towards habit—here.
As we speak at Subsequent Gen, we’ll be joined by actor Yara Shahidi and her mom and enterprise accomplice Keri Shahidi; Zoom CMO Janine Pelosi; investor Alexa von Tobel; and extra. Learn on for extra of yesterday’s highlights.