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July 22, 2016 - July 24, 2016
Omega Women’s Leadership Program: 9 Leadership Power Tools: Changing How We Think About Power
Gloria Feldt leads her breakthrough 9 Leadership Power Tools workshop at the beautiful Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY.
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I'm getting tired of the modern work-life conversation—including the "can women have it all?" question—because so much of it is self-defeating. That's because it often starts from the premise that we either need to choose between being good parents and being good workers or else have to make strategic sacrifices in order to keep both sides of that equation properly "integrated" or in "balance."
(Fastcompany.com / Article by Gloria Feldt)
Embrace controversy! Next time you are in a situation that exposes gender bias, grab the opportunity to elevate the discussion to the next level. This is Power Tool nr. 4 by Gloria Feldt, Founder of Take the Lead!
“Some of our workplace policies look like they are straight out of ‘Mad Men,’” President Barack Obama said at the first-ever United State of Women Summit earlier this summer. “Mad Men,” celebrating the ninth anniversary of its debut this month, is famous not only for its dContinue Reading →
The Republican National Convention this past week in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week gets us all thinking about conferences and network events beyond politics and the race for the White House. True, your conference will likely not have aContinue Reading →
Show her the money. Please. New research published in the Harvard Business Review reveals that female entrepreneurs are more successful when their start-ups are funded by female venture capitalists. Sahil Raina, assistant professor of finance at the Alberta School of Business wriContinue Reading →