Gender bias paper cuts are small acts such as being ignored, overlooked, and singled out. Members of the opposite sex often don’t notice the offending actions. Over time, these small cuts wear away our professional confidence, fortitude, and sense of belonging. It’s best to be prepared in advance and these 4 band-aids will help.
The founding partner of a professional services firm sent the following email to a client. As you read it, take a guess about the sender’s gender. Hi, I am reviewing my time on the work I did for (XYZ company), and have to make you aware that it has taken far longer than normal. Between […]
Self-confidence is comprised of a group of mental muscles. The more you use them, the stronger they grow. This two part practice to build self-confidence is a guaranteed success.
Apple and Facebook make an egg-headed decision to support egg freezing for women in high tech. Eggs, my dear egg heads, are not the problem or the solution.
Your company, and many others, invests millions on multi-year women’s leadership initiative, but there’s little if any return on the investment. Learn the recipe one company used to gain $6.5 million in new revenue from their women’s leadership initiative.
Much ado has been made of late about the gender based confidence gap. But we can turn to women leaders to learn about keeping leadership competence and confidence side by side.
Lessons from women leaders on maximizing the collective intelligence of teams to solve complex problems.
As a leader, there are times when it’s best for you to take a stand, to be certain, to explain and to defend your actions. There are times, however, when it’s best to be curious and explore. These leadership lessons from music director, Marin Alsop, show you when and how.
Recently, I got to play Oprah in a corporate version of her former show. The audience included women who aspire to the C-Suite, their mentors and sponsors. You too can share in the advice participants valued most. But first.. Welcome to Today’s Show for Women who Aspire to the C-Suite Nora and Elisha are C-suite […]
High potential talent comes in all colors, sizes, ages, and in both genders. Some companies intentionally search diverse areas of the talent pool, but few, if any, explore the place where some of the greatest talent swims, because they don’t know where it is. Discover this secret place, here.