There’s something special about women’s leadership–and it’s not what you think.
If you’re a woman, women’s leadership can feel like my world–or, perhaps, our world. It’s the planet you inhabit 24/7. If you’re a man, women’s leadership can feel like their world. It’s a distant planet you occasionally visit.
So, which is it?
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Both. Women’s leadership is all of our world. When women lead skillfully, our organizations prosper, and all of us within them experience greater engagement. When women lead poorly–or aren’t matched well to opportunities–we all lose.
In Episode 8 of The Amiel Show, Kerrie Halmi and I discuss:
- 8:15 Why it’s useful for women to build their leadership skills together with other women
- 13:30 How to advocate for yourself and get sponsors to do the same
- 23:00 How everyone benefits from women in positions of leadership
- 26:00 Men supporting women’s success in corporate America
- 30:30 Why and how to strategically network
- 42:00 The power of “superconnectors”
- 49:30 What Kerrie is deliberately practicing in her life
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- Platinum Exchange
- Halmi Performance Consulting
- Women Don’t Ask: The High Cost of Avoiding Negotiation–and Positive Strategies for Change by Linda Babcock and Sara LascheverThe Athena Doctrine: How Women (And The Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the Future by John Gerzema and Michael D’Antonio
- Gallup poll on benefits of working for women
- Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandburg
- Denise Morrison, CEO of Campbell Soup, on strategic networking
- The Energy Project, Tony Schwartz, and the four forms of human energy
- Gratitude journal
- Nurture Shock by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman
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