Women In Leadership

We live in complex times. Once, I posted an interview in this series on Facebook. A woman (whom I did not know) said, “You are mansplaining.”

She must have thought that I was doing a monologue or being interviewed.

I didn’t know quite how to respond, so I wrote: “Actually, I’m manasking. I ask the questions. My female guests do the explaining.”

That’s how things roll in this series.

Except for episode 72. When I asked Hilary Bradbury to talk about #MeToo, she said, “Yes, but on one condition. I want a man to join me.” And so he did.

Episode 72: Friendship After #MeToo With Hilary Bradbury And Bill Torbert

Posted on January 10, 2018

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Episode 71: The Biology Of Power And Sexual Harassment With Janet Crawford

Posted on December 14, 2017

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Episode 60: Being A Good Guy, Breaking With The Bro Code With Janet Crawford

Posted on October 14, 2016

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Episode 44: Carolyn Coughlin On Growing, Getting “Grabbed,” And Women’s Leadership

Posted on April 25, 2016

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Episode 31: Hilary Bradbury On Women, Men, Power, And Eros [The Amiel Show]

Posted on November 9, 2015

Hilary-Bradbury“It’s a tricky thing when women & men try to do this power dance with integrity”
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Episode 24: Amy Jen Su On Owning The Room [The Amiel Show]

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Amy-Jen-Su“Each voice pattern comes with a postural stance embedded with assumptions, speech acts, and energetic forces.” –Amy Jen Su  Tweet this quote

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Episode 19: Wendy Wallbridge On Spiraling Upward And Women’s Cocreative Powers [The Amiel Show]

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Wendy-Wallbridge“Women have unconscious biases as much as men—about themselves.”– Wendy Wallbridge  Tweet this quote

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Episode 17: Teri Woodland on China, leadership, and cross-cultural complexity [The Amiel Show]

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Teri-Woodland“After a few months [in China], the honeymoon is over. It becomes difficult for people.” –Teri Woodland  Tweet this quote

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Episode 16: Julie Daley on creativity in leadership [The Amiel Show]

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Julie-Daley“As a leader, what you’re there for is to bring forth something that is not for you personally.” –Julie Daley Tweet this quote

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Episode 10: Jeannie Coyle on Lou Gerstner, AmEx, and Developing Leaders through Experience [The Amiel Show]

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Jeannie-Coyle“Gerstner knew he was not perfect. He was more interested in hearing about his downsides.” –Jeannie Coyle    Tweet this quote

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Episode 8: Kerrie Halmi on Women’s Leadership And Strategic Networking [The Amiel Show]

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Kerrie-Halmi“You have to let senior leaders know what you’ve done for them” —Kerrie Halmi  Tweet this quote

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Episode 1: Janet Crawford on Leaders’ Brains, Emotional Literacy, and Power [The Amiel Show]

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Janet-Crawford“Ninety-nine percent plus of what you do was not produced in the conscious, logical mind.” —Janet Crawford       Tweet this quote

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Before You Lean In, Own Your Space

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Sheryl-SandbergFifteen months ago, Sheryl Sandberg‘s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead came out and took the country by storm. Grounded in research and filled with personal anecdotes, the book sparked a national conversation about power, privilege, and the distribution of responsibilities between women and men in the workplace and at home.

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