female leadership

Things began to crystalize in my mind as the pieces of the puzzle came together. I remembered how, on Election Day, I was
This is a HUGE topic that many women contemplate and fear dearly.
Read more stories in the “From where I stand...” editorial series. School was difficult, we had to work hard, and everyone
Because this money is energy -- and by us opening up to receive it, and believing in the value of our individual gifts, we are shifting that energy.
I am very lucky to have four school-aged daughters--it is a pleasure to watch them grow, support them in their talents, and
Female leadership at the bank is below the national average.
This past week, the SHAMBAUGH team and I had the good fortune of leading a global female leadership program. In this intensive three-day event, we covered 21st Century Leadership Trends as well as a vast array of timely and relevant topics from Leading Change, Communicating with Impact, Strategic Leadership, and Developing Strategic Relationships.
As you find yourself in a sea of holiday lights, making toasts at cocktail parties, and exchanging warm sentiments, I encourage you to share a gift that has far more intrinsic value than any other. Give the gift of mentorship, or ask someone you admire to mentor you.
As lady bosses, we sometimes find ourselves struggling trying to fit our voluptuous brains into a rigid, traditional business model that was never designed by or for women to begin with. My answer to this? Reject the model.
I attended the pilot retreat, along with eight other women in Boonville, Calif. One could describe the retreat with words like connection, reflection, sun-brushed hillsides and fireside conversations... But I would just use the word magic.
In order to close the ambition gap, however, those who already hold positions of power, and are frustrated with the lack of young women excelling at work, will have the next move, guiding us as we take our first steps into the workforce.
Since Kevin O'Leary first broke the news that his woman-led companies are responsible for all his investment portfolio returns, I've seen a lot more information surface (or resurface) on the advantages of diversity in leadership roles.
In March, with women making up the majority of the City Council for the first time, Snipes invited two speakers to instruct
“You see women in leadership positions…you will have to interact with them in a different way,” he said. Emily Amanatullah
Here are the Top 10 lessons I've learned from our daring pack in The Girls' Lounge that I shared at the Women in the World Summit:
She is a leader who won't back down. At the pinnacle of her global recognition, now Hillary is seeking to make history with seeking again the highest job in the land. She is a resilient female leader.
Challenge and controversy is a big slice of the leader's pie. People watch how you handle yourself and adversity.
I always take a moment of reflection, particularly after a crisis, to reevaluate my organization's approach.This sense of clarity about my mission and values helps me build relationships with partners and donors and unite everyone involved around a shared goal.
Take your vacation days. Take your weekends off. Let yourself be bored. Walk somewhere without talking to anyone. Go fishing. Play golf alone. Pay attention to everything and nothing.