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That Dirty Little Word

Power. It has a bad rap.

This Thursday I made a real effort to attend a networking event. I’d worked a full day in California, got off a plane, and fought traffic to hear colleagues facilitate a discussion on Women and Power. 571 more words

Leadership

Feminine Way to Success

For women to achieve their goals means we have to change our thinking and align with who we are at our core.

Men and women are different. 611 more words

Women Achieving Goals

Feeling WILD

My feet ache, my head hurts, and I’m pretty sure my arms could fall off, but I feel inspired and my heart is full. Another year of the WILD (Women In Leadership Development) conference is in the books, the third one at North Dakota Farmers Union’s state office in Jamestown. 562 more words

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Women in Leadership: the Big Issues

At the end of August Niki Vincent, CEO of the Leaders Institute of South Australia, chaired the CEDA event ‘Women in Leadership: the Big Issues’, featuring a panel of leading SA business women to discuss the big issues facing women in the workforce. 1,967 more words

Adaptive Challenge

When to say NO to good opportunities...

This weekend, I hosted my team for an annual planning retreat at my house. In addition to the preparation and planning for this leadership retreat and my normal ministry responsibilities, I was in the middle of a bathroom remodel, a master’s thesis, and training for a half marathon…not to mention the normal routine of family life. 467 more words

Angela Lynne Craig

Sandra U Speaks to the United Nations Security Council

On August 27, 2012, our In Their Shoes podcast featured an interview with Sandra Uwiringiy’imana, a young woman originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo now living in Rochester, New York, who has become a powerful advocate for peace and justice. 114 more words

Advocacy