Tag Archive for leadership

Guest Post: 6 Tips for Women Leaders

Carla Goldstein

Today’s guest post is from Carla Goldstein, co-founder of the Omega Women’s Leadership Center and the Chief External Affairs Director for The Omega Institute. Last month, the Omega Women’s Leadership Center hosted its biennial Women & Power Retreat. Goldstein solicited participants’…

Closing the Gender Leadership Gap

The number of women in the senior ranks of companies worldwide is decreasing, not increasing as one might expect. According to a report from consulting firm Grant Thornton International, the number of women in senior management positions globally has gone…

Guest Post: Women Count

We asked Susan Bulkeley Butler, author of Women Count, if she would share some practical career advice with us. Here’s what she had to say: A “Susan Butler ism” is the easiest way for me to share my advice. For instance,…

Women, Business and Chocolate

We are very excited to be a  sponsor of the Simmons Leadership Conference on April 26 At the Seaport Hotel in Boston. Starting with an open plenary by Anne Mulchay, former CEO of Xerox, and ending with a closing keynote by…

Is Elena Kagan a Careerist?

“She seems to be smart, impressive and honest — and in her willingness to suppress so much of her mind for the sake of her career, kind of disturbing.” So wrote New York Times op-ed columnist David Brooks about President…

Fear of Public Speaking

Public Speaking. Hate it! Even though I took Voice and Articulation, Debate, Oral Interpretation and Public Speaking 101 in college; even though I won, not one but, four awards in my Dale Carnegie class; even though I’ve presented at sales…