Mission: TAKE THE LEAD prepares, develops, inspires and propels women to take their fair and equal share of leadership positions across all sectors by 2025. It’s today’s women’s movement — a unique catalyst for women to embrace power and reach leadership parity.
Take The Lead Virtual Happy Hour with Felicia Davis
Tune in on Wednesday, May 11th at 6:30 pm ET when we’ll be joined by a special guest host Felicia Davis, CEO of Joyful Transformations and Leadership Ambassador with Take The Lead.
Take The Lead This Week
Every Tuesday, TAKE THE LEAD THIS WEEK will get you up to speed on the progress of our movement in five minutes or less, with a roundup of headlines about women in the workplace and our picks of the web’s best articles to help you advance your career.
Sign Up Now.
Apply to Become a Leadership Ambassador
Join our extended team of Take The Leaders and help other women advance so we reach gender parity in leadership by 2025!
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!
I recently keynoted a conference of 200 of the most powerful women lawyers and judges in the country. Not one of them raised her hand when I asked who rated herself a perfect “10” on a 1-to-10 continuum of feeling comfortable with power—with one being “I don’t like or feel comforContinue Reading →
The push is on: From the White House to the National Girls Collaborative Project people are working toward more gender parity in STEM fields. However, recent studies suggest that it’s not enough to encourage girls and women to go into STEM fields. STEM workplaces need to treat thContinue Reading →
Follow this: Having a bright, spanking clean digital presence includes more than untagging yourself in all the photos where you are carrying a red cup, wearing a bathing suit and a huge smile. Your public footprint—or what has been called your personal brand for a while—needs to Continue Reading →