Why a need to be liked is a weakness of leadership (audio 2m 25s)
Blogs for Senior Women Executives
Well-Being & Healthy Thinking A healthy ‘mindset’ assists in well-being. This is not just about how happy we feel right now, but also, how empowered we are to achieve our aims. But, what is a mindset? At least three things are important, these are: values, beliefs and our sense of identity. Mindsets Mindsets are typically […]
‘Cracking the Code to the Glass Ceiling’ Written by: Nancy E. Parsons During my thirty years in leadership, the glass ceiling has been a nearly impenetrable blockade, limiting the vast majority of aspiring women leaders hoping to reach the top. I am delighted to report that we have, at last, cracked the code.
Slay That Dragon, Life Just Got Easy! published with Amazon Kindle in 2012 and is now just released as a paper-back book with publisher, CreateSpace.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success! “To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy […]
Taking the Distress out of Stress At the moment I am dealing with an excessively large workload and so it seemed like a good time to write about stress! When life has a good rhythm of work, time for family and friends, and time for oneself, then it is easy to write safe platitudes about […]
Women, men and status at work #2 Note: You will need to refer back to #1 in the second part of this paper! I worked as a professional role-player/improvising-actor taking improvisation-scenarios into organizations. One way we worked was to prepare in advance by creating characters and then improvise a scene that was significant for that […]
Women, Men and Status at Work, Part 1 Discover the Secrets Most Business Women Don’t Know About! How to Increase Credibility, Status and Success, Working With Men! When I first moved to New Zealand many years ago with my NZ-partner, we both looked in the paper for jobs to pay the rent, while we got […]