On the occasion of International Women's Day, we would like to spotlight some female colleagues at VTU on behalf of all the great women in the various departments of our company who do a fantastic job every day.
We thank our female colleagues for sharing their thoughts and encouraging other women to follow their professional path.
As a mother, wife and Head of Sales Italy, things are not always easy, but they are possible. The world is full of strong and resilient women who need to believe in themselves. Take your place at the table and do it your way.
Engineering and automation are the industries of the future. VTU's goal is to make women a part of it.
The exciting thing for me as a controller is that you are constantly confronted with new tasks and challenges and work together with many different colleagues - this helps me develop professionally as well as personally.
To the young women who are still defining their careers: don’t fear difficulties and don’t surrender to mediocrity, just follow your passion and interests! “The women who changed the world didn’t need to show anything but their intelligence.” - R. L. Montalcini
In my opinion we should look for career that mirrors our strengths – it’s the only way to be successful in a long run.
As a child, I wanted to become a deep-sea diver. This curiosity about the undiscovered has remained until today, is driving me forward and is a source for my job-related motivation.
I am very grateful that this is also conveyed at VTU: No matter who you are or where you come from - everyone gets the same chance to create their own miracles.
I base my work motto on Henry Ford, who said: “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”
All progress happens outside the comfort zone. As a legal professional working for a company specializing in automation, all I can say from the "technical side" is: There is no shame in not knowing anything, but there is in not wanting to learn anything. Go for it!
There are many great colleagues behind the numbers in project accounting. That makes this job more diversified and exciting than you might think.
At VTU, I am taken seriously even as a young person and have a wide range of development and training opportunities.In my apprenticeship, I have the opportunity to get an insight into many different areas.
Successful people are not just gifted - they work hard, then succeed on purpose.
I follow a great quote from Henry Ford: “If You Always Do What You've Always Done, You'll Always Get What You've Always Got.”
Always believe in yourself and your strengths and pursue your goals. Sometimes the path to the goal leads through detours - these challenges make you stronger and richer in experience.
As a quality manager, I work with colleagues nationally and internationally. In this way, I continue to learn new things in many fields and can ideally use my previous knowledge. As I also like to travel, it's the ideal job.
Being a process engineer means dynamism, diversity, variety, further development and taking on responsible tasks. There is a lot of competence in every woman!
If you don't know yet exactly where you want your professional journey to take you: Just follow your interests and trust that they will lead you to the right path for sure!
Be the heroine of your life! If you don‘t fit in with the crowd, perhaps it is because you were meant to lead it.