The false alarm heard around the world in Hawaii recently warning of a ballistic missile headed for the island raises multiple questions about whether as a leader you are prepared for a business emergency. Chances are you have systems in place for a sudden weather disaster, incidents
Both women were working in finance on opposite ends of the country—one in San Francisco, the other in New York– and met on Skype in 2012 through a friend’s introduction. Since then, Catherine Berman and Yuliya Tarasava, co-founders of CNote, an online impact investing platform t
An undergraduate degree in zoology from University of Washington, a masters in physical therapy from the University of California and a PhD from Utica College, all helped inform her career. But motherhood ultimately informed Glenna Rice’s success. The owner of Access Physical Therapy
Molly Bloom has been keeping me awake at night. Not the Molly Bloom of James Joyce’s Ulysses, an equally outsized and out of the box character. I’m talking about the hard-driving, elite high stakes poker game running protagonist of the acclaimed new movie, Molly’s Game based on a tr
We’ve heard it was The Year of The Woman before, but we definitely believe this is the Year of Women Taking The Lead. 2018 is a new year of action and movement, not just resisting but doing. What #MeToo has taught us is that we too together can enact the goals we aim for, beginning wi
Aretha Franklin famously spelled it out and we found out what R-E-S-P-E-C-T means to her. But what does it mean to you? Closing in on a tumultuous year, and anticipating the dawn of one that is prime for women taking the lead in leadership, we offer some insight on respect. Respectfu
Elma and Amra Beganovich started with simple DIY social media posts in 2012. Since then the sisters have turned their side hustle into a digital marketing agency for food, fashion, travel and lifestyle brands that have earned them up to $20,000 per Instagram post and a client base of
As CEO of Fuse.It, Liat Sade-Sternberg deals professionally each day with augmented and virtual reality. But she needed to make a move in real time to be in one place with her husband and three children. That move was to Los Angeles. “I used to fly a lot, was half the time in the U.S.
Jenny Raymond, executive director of the Harnisch Foundation, signs her emails with this salutation: “With a mighty fist bump and hearty laugh.” And she means it, no kidding. As a foundation, Harnisch has the mission to “create a fair, equitable and inclusive world” by supporting “the
Of course Kathleen Turner played the “Voice of Goddess.” The actress and activist joined a cast of characters role-playing in three performances at Take The Lead Day’s “Women, Power and The Art of Leadership Parity” program November 14 to demonstrate key issues for women l
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.