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Being Mentally Tough

I started reading this book last night, Mental Toughness for Women Leaders: 52 Tips To Recognize and Utilize Your Greatest Strengths, written by a former FBI agent, and how as a woman in the force, she had to learn how to be mentally tough. 708 more words


Finding Your Confidence

So you’ve been elected to a leadership position within your organization. Congratulations! The only problem is, you want to walk into every meeting like this: 301 more words

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The enduring Esther Vibal: the country’s publishing queen

ESTHER Asuncion Vibal is a writer, publisher, businesswoman, socio-civic worker, and philanthropist. Founder and chairperson of the Vibal Group of Companies, she is known internationally as the first Asian and Filipino president of International Inner Wheel, a socio-civic organization formed by wives and daughters of Rotary Club International members. 722 more words


200 Fierce Women in a Room: What Happens?

Turns out, some sort of magic.  Despite my misgivings at setting an alarm for Saturday morning – I am the sleepiest person I know – I woke up and wended my way to the WomenEd Unconference.   831 more words


How to Use Neuroleadership as a Competitive Advantage

The study of neuroleadership is a relatively new approach to the way we work. Essentially, neuroleadership is knowing how to leverage your brain and the way it functions to its maximum efficiency in each moment to be stronger and more fulfilled. 1,325 more words


Tips For Rising Women Leaders

Today’s article comes from an interview with Brenda Freeman, global head of television marketing at DreamWorks Animation. Joyce E.A. Russell, her interviewer, said:

Recently, I had the pleasure of taking part in an inspiring event we hosted at the University of Maryland Robert H.

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Leaning Out ~ Teen Girls and Leadership Biases

From Harvard’s Making Caring Common Project:

“Are teen girls and young women poised to become our nation’s leaders? The pathways to leadership for girls have never been clearer or brighter. 501 more words