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Do Women and Men Lead Differently? By: Colleen Franca

I have always thought of a leader as someone who has a high degree of integrity and is able to inspire and motivate themselves and others to achieve exceptional results.   835 more words


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This event is an incredible experience worth sharing with ALL the women you know who ASPIRE to enjoy the success of heart-centred leadership – but FREE places ARE limited so very much first come, first served. 125 more words

Cultural Change

Cultivate the leader in you with Gabrielle Bernstein

This is a great 90 minute video training about authentic leadership. Gabriel looks at leadership through the lens of spirituality. This may be, or may not be ‘your thing’- that said, I feel you could swap out the lexicon of spirituality with that of your own and the message will be the same: if you’re called to lead – lead. 60 more words

Lean In

Heading into spring with a resilience booster

It’s March, the middle of March in fact and the year is moving at full steam ahead. Usually around this time of year New Year’s Resolutions may have faded into the background a little as life starts to take over and we lose focus with all the craziness that life throws up. 1,624 more words

Guest Speaker

The Women's Leadership Conference: A Swan Song

“Whatever you choose, however many roads you travel, I hope you choose not to be a lady. I hope you will find some way to break the rules and make a little trouble out there.

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The Issues

UN Under Secretary-General Zainab Hawa Bangura of Sierra Leone at Columbia SIPA

What: “Women’s Leadership and the Journey from Civil Society and Human Rights Activist to UN Under Secretary-General”

Where: Columbia University Morningside Campus (NY, NY)

I realized Columbia University hosted a ton of different speakers each week, so I decided to sign-up for a few topics related to women’s leadership and rights. 273 more words

Marianne Williamson is Back on the Political Frontlines

photo credit: Aaron Landman

Marianne Williamson, former Congressional candidate in Southern California (CA-33), is back on the political frontlines. Although Ms. Williamson did not win a seat in the U.S. 959 more words