Women & Leadership

Loss: A Learning Opportunity with a Specific Purpose

Posted by on Oct 31, 2012

Organizational change is not a mechanical process. It incurs losses and emotional difficulties. As a leader and a fellow colleague, what can you learn and do to assist your peers through the pain? Read about Kubler Ross' five stages of grief to better support them through each stage.

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Do What You Gotta Do: Thinking Beyond Change

Posted by on Jul 15, 2012

We do not want to deal with change. It represents tough challenges, adversity, controversy, stress and inconvenience. So what are the positive value of change in our lives? Read about how we can appreciate change beyond its current difficulties

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Struggle Can Bring Ingenuity and Inventiveness

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012

There is a silver lining, you just have to seek it out whether changing at the personal, team, organizational, country, sector, or world level. Make an explicit effort to explore out of the box thinking and welcome struggle.

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Size Does Matter in Organizational Change

Posted by on May 17, 2010

When considering the impacts an organizational change may have, look up and down (direct reports, bosses) and also across the organization. Read how to develop a Stakeholder Analysis as part of the planning stage of your organizational change.

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Boost Performance By Doing Good

Posted by on Sep 25, 2009

How can you motivate your top talent to spur growth and renewal? Research by Sylvia Ann Hewitt, economist and member of the World Economic Forum Council, suggest - Altruism. Read examples of how corporate programs make good business and give back to their communities!

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Gartner: Firms At Risk Of Losing Women Technologists

Posted by on Nov 30, 2008

What are the key strengths of women technologists to help corporations navigate the new global economy? Gartner singles out 5 gender-based traits CIOs should pay attention to when building IT staffs.

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VIDEO: Lessons for Women Execs: Talking Management with Sheli Z. Rosenberg

Posted by on Aug 31, 2007

One of the nation’s most accomplished women executives: Sheli Rosenberg, shares her advice on making companies more women friendly, how women can benefit from networking, as well as re-entering the workforce after motherhood.

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Lunch with Carly Fiorina

Posted by on Jun 30, 2007

In her new book, Tough Choices, Carly Fiorina focuses on the role of change in effective leadership. Check out some highlighted leadership attributes by a senior leader who has spent over 17 years helping organizations transform and change.

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Women Face Uphill Battle Earning Seats In Boardroom

Posted by on Apr 15, 2007

Heidrick & Struggles International and Women Corporate Directors (WCD), conducted a national survey of women board directors. Read about the findings including how women feel they must earn their way into the board room, and not wanting to be handed board seats simply for the sake of equality

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Quotes on Leadership to Start this Snowy Day

Posted by on Feb 28, 2007

"Ken Blanchard: ""In the past, a leader was a boss. Today’s leaders must be partners with their people … they no longer can lead solely based on positional power."" Henry Miller: ""The real leader has no need to lead — he is content to point the way."""

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