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Great news from Scotland: New female leader inspires with a new language

Scotland is a long way from London and I would not normally follow the workings of the Scottish Parliament or find it remotely interesting.  But today the country’s new leader is making their first appearance in the house and for the first time this post is held by a woman. 554 more words

Feminine Leadership

Want to Make A Difference? RUN!

North Bay, CA Peeps: inspired by today’s elections (frustrated or elated)? DO SOMETHING!

Women’s Global Leadership Initiative (WGLI) and local partners have come together to support and inspire the development of new leaders in the North Bay, CA, area (Sonoma County)! 130 more words

Blogging And Others' Content

Emerging Thoughts: Women's Leadership and Conscious Business

We have to learn to think like Nature.
- Jonas Salk

Yesterday afternoon, I attended a three-hour networking forum hosted by the Chicago Chapter of… 855 more words


The Katastrophic Thoughts I've Had Lately

I’ve been writing a lot lately, just not here. So here’s a brief update on what sort of Katastrophic Thoughts I’ve been having lately:

Early in September I wrote an… 570 more words

Silence the Inner Critic: How Women Can Succeed by Playing Bigger

Tara Sophia Mohr
Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message

Tara Sophia Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She’s the creator of the acclaimed Playing Big leadership program for women, which has more than 1000 graduates from around the world. 88 more words

Marketing Thought Leadership Podcast

Women Investors Retreat

Six passionate, intelligent, high-impact women, on retreat in the mountains of Lake Tahoe, drinking wine, doing yoga, discussing the meaning of success and brainstorming how to make a lot of money while creating a better future for all of the world’s inhabitants. 431 more words

Angel Investing

People in the Margins

They scream. We hear not. They cry. We listen not. They demand equality. We ignore.

People in the Margins deserve as much as those in the centre. 132 more words