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Professional networks are powerful tools for women leaders to use to scale the hurdles to advancement. Linkage, a SHRM company, offers 4 tips on how women leaders can use their networks to advance in their careers and thrive at the highest levels.
What can organizations do to help achieve gender parity in the workplace? Linkage research identifies four dimensions—Talent Systems, Focused Leadership Development for Women, Executive Action and Culture—that organizations can focus on to engage, develop and retain women leaders.
In order to advance, women leaders need to communicate their superpowers, unique value, competency and expertise to others, and they need to do this strategically and continuously. Linkage shares 4 steps for how women can actively self-promote.
Women leaders must shift from doing it all to influencing, equipping and enabling others. By delegating, women leaders can prove their value—inspiring and empowering those around them.
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The “Perfectionist” Trap: How Women Leaders See Their Value at Work—and How They Can Break Through in 2023
Linkage research shows that women leaders are confident in their ability to lead at the highest levels. But they need to learn how to utilize this confidence, demonstrate their value, and self-promote to enact real progress in their careers.
The Best Teams Have Impact Players — Here’s How to Create (and Manage!) Them | Best-Selling Author Liz Wiseman Tells Us How
Best-selling author Liz Wiseman talks about how to empower an Impact Player mindset among our teams, enabling them to take on greater responsibility and achieve at higher levels.
Best-selling author Liz Wiseman presents 6 tips to help others see the impact of your contributions. “Don’t just work harder; strive to do work that is more valuable, be more influential, and maximize your impact,” said Liz.
Are You an Impact Player at Work? Maybe – If You Do These 5 Things | An Exclusive Interview with Best-Selling Author Liz Wiseman
Best-selling author Liz Wiseman discusses the 5 practices of Impact Players, which empower women to maximize their impact in the workplace by moving from a “contributor” mindset to being true “Impact Players.”
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