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In her latest research, Dr. Jill Ihsanullah identifies the four dimensions most directly correlated with the empowerment and effectiveness of women leaders.
To conclude National Women’s History Month, we’ve rounded up some words of wisdom from our team around gender parity. From finding our own voice to asking for what we want, read on for a collection of thoughts that might leave you inspired to lead differently.
Do you know a leader who goes above and beyond to support the advancement of women leaders? Share their story by nominating them for Linkage’s Executive Impact Award.
We’re just one week away from welcoming 800+ leaders to Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™. In preparation, we asked our team to share some helpful resources for you to think about in order to get the most out of your time with us.
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Drum roll please… Today, we’re announcing the four deserving recipients of Linkage’s 2017 Women in Leadership Executive Impact Award.
In honor of Father’s Day, and as I depart on my latest professional excursion—this time to Japan—to advise (mostly male) executives on the advancement of women leaders, I have been reflecting on being raised by a single father, and how this unique aspect of my personal story has impacted my style as a woman leader and my approach to my profession.
Do you know a leader who goes above and beyond his or her role and supports the advancement of women leaders? Share his or her passion and drive for change by nominating them for Linkage’s Executive Impact Award.
We’re confused about the difference between having it all and doing it all. We can have it all, and the only way to sustain your “all” is to be sure that you aren’t doing it all. Period. Easy, right? Well apparently, not so much.
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