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Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute: Where opportunity and inspiration meet

Today, we welcome over 750 leaders to Phoenix, AZ, for Linkage’s 17th Annual Women in Leadership Institute. Even though we’ve been doing this for almost two decades now, our team is re-inspired each time we have the opportunity to share this journey…

I’m not doing enough

Elizabeth Gilbert’s recent piece in the Huffington Post is a candid story about how we, as women, are often our own worst enemy. Simply put, we believe that we are not doing enough.

Say “yes” to coffee (even if you don’t drink it)

This is the first story in our “Leaders Who Inspire Us” series. In these candid one-on-one interviews, we will feature senior leaders who are doing more than a job—they are fulfilling a personal mission to drive change.

Top 10 takeaways (you can’t live without) from Linkage’s 2015 Global Institute for Leadership Development®

From “finding purpose” to “asking for help,” we’re thrilled to share the leadership takeaways (and links to helpful resources!) that the GILD Class of 2015 left Palm Desert with, and were inspired to take on.

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What is your purpose? Insights from Linkage GILD®

What does purpose have to do with leadership anyway? These and many other great questions are swirling around in my head as I try to capture what was an energizing and inspirational first day of our Global Institute for Leadership Development® (GILD®).

What does vulnerability have to do with inclusion?

Inclusion isn’t about business as usual. It isn’t a skill set that we learn from reading a book. Being inclusive is about our ability to understand on our own values—and recognize that what we think and say drives what we do.

Re-entry: Lessons from maternity leave

Katharine Zaleski’s honest and insightful commentary in Fortune about what she learned (and sometimes regrets) about her time as a leader before having a child and as a leader and a mom after having a child has a lesson for us all.

Free Webinar Recording: Coaching for Development: Tips for Busy Managers

View this webinar recording to learn practical techniques for guiding the growth of your direct reports.

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