Posts tagged women leaders
The Rules Are Different For Women Leaders

"In business, men compete with each other constantly and it’s interesting to watch. As a strong woman coming up the corporate ranks, when I tried to do what I observed they were doing, I got “spoken to” and my promotional track got stalled." Read the rest of this special guest post by Wendy Capland, CEO of Vision Quest Consulting.
 

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How To Overcome 'The Imposter Syndrome'

One of my very first bosses told me, and I kid you not, "you only got promoted because you’re attractive." I went about trying to prove to everyone around me that I was to be taken seriously. On the outside I was tough and decisive and driven, but on the inside I felt like an imposter, more like Betty Boop than a leader. Read this special guest post by Terrie Lupberger, MCC.

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The Leadership Style of Beyoncé

Musician and entrepreneur, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter is an American queen. If there was such a role, she'd take the crown because of her iconic Barbie doll image and the way she commands attention and adoration from her fans. This is a post about Beyoncé's personal brand of leadership.

 

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The Leadership Style of Maria Popova

Information Age leader, Maria Popova, is a cultural decider. She meticulously curates original content that connects the work of though leaders and artists across genres to help her audience look beyond their social media news feed to find a deeper experience. Read this post to learn more about her personal brand of leadership.

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Leadership Style: How to Level Up Your Personal Brand

For the past year, Wendy Capland and Jenn Morgan worked together to dream, philosophize, strategize about what women in business need to feel inspired to step into their Leadership A-Game. This blog features a list of women whose leadership style and personal brand inspire Jenn to identify herself as a leader. First one up, Lady Gaga.

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