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How Can Women Leaders Master Their Inner Critics? 3 Key Takeaways from Leadership Expert Shannon Bayer
Understanding our Inner Critic is a critical first step. Shannon Bayer, Linkage’s Vice President of Revenue and Principal Consultant, recently hosted a webinar to discuss her journey of identifying and coaching her Inner Critic and shares tips on how you can master your own.
Our energy—how we use it, why we use it and where we apply it—is one of the most important assets for women leaders to effectively manage as they ascend in the leadership ranks. Molly Fletcher, trailblazing sports agent and author, offers a three-step approach to complete your Energy Audit—to avoid burnout and reclaim your time and energy for what matters.
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.
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Linkage’s Women in Leadership Executive Impact Award recognizes executives who have demonstrated a deep commitment to the advancement of women leaders at their organizations, and who have ignited lasting and impactful change for women through their leadership. Nominate an extraordinary leader now, before the August 16 deadline.
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.
Serving Women Leaders at Every Level: 6 Lessons on How to Retain and Develop Women Leaders – from Kaiser Permanente and Parexel
In partnership with Linkage, Parexel and Kaiser Permanente have driven tremendous impact for their women leaders and their organizations through focused leadership development initiatives. Tune in to the recorded webinar to get a look at these two unique women’s leadership development experiences, and discover the critical lessons to achieve success.
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