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Recently, I facilitated a panel on negotiation at the Watermark Conference for Women. It was a standing-room only event; women were clearly hungry for tips on how to get paid and promoted fairly. They started lining up for the mike even before the panelists had finished speaking.
Today professional women face an extraordinary challenge – To compete within turbulent economic, political and social landscapes you must manage complexity, wear multiple hats and be the master of numerous business disciplines. At the same time, you must maintain clarity of visioContinue Reading →
Last month at the SHE Summit, Take The Lead Co-Founder Gloria Feldt moderated the panel “How Women Can Pave a Path to Corporate Leadership” with Marlene Gordon, VP & General Council Bacardi North America Corporation, and Fran Hauser, Partner at Rothenberg VenturesContinue Reading →
All eyes have been on the Heartland as a group of college football players at the University of Missouri recently brought about significant change. If you haven’t followed these events, here’s a quick rundown. Dissatisfied with the university administrations longstanding lack of Continue Reading →