The latest women's leadership news, research and advice packaged to fit your life. January 10, 2017: Edition 96
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ORIGINAL CONTENT, FRESH NEWS YOU NEED NOW
Gender Fairness Equals Addressing LGBTQ Workplace Issues From legislation to culture shifts, we're making gains with LGBTQ workplace fairness. TELL ME MORE
Get It Going: Women's Activism Takes Many Forms in 2017
See how to make change from letter-writing to organizing, and how change requires action. TELL ME MORE
Pause on Pressing Send: Email Tips for Effective Leaders Stop. Wait a minute. Delete emjois and be purposeful to be a better biz messenger. TELL ME MORE
Gloria's Pick*: What’s your top 10 leadership characteristics list? I admire the common sense leadership commentary of Maria Rodale, CEO and Chairman of Rodale, Inc. (and recent cookbook author). I recently read and loved her “10 Not So Obvious Things You Need to Be a Real (Good) Leader.” What’s your favorite Top 10 list? Please share and I’ll compile and share back with you. Tweet your tips to @gloriafeldt
VIDEO OF THE WEEK
Get the very best advice on leadership from top female leaders and mentors with #ActuallySheCan in partnership with TEDWomen 2016.
Check Out This List of 16 for 2016 Celebrate the great women of color made huge contributions last year for all of us. READ IT AT COLORLINES
Watch This If You Want To Be A Leader Cristina Mariani-May, co-CEO of wine importer Banfi
Vintners, explains the most effective way to earn your team's trust. WATCH IT AT INC. Pitching For Leadership New research shows the sound of your voice affects the perception of you as a leader. READ IT AT FORBES
How Women Are Driving Small Biz Success See how and why women are the present and future of small biz in this country. READ IT AT INTUIT
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“Women seem to be more thoughtful and strategic about their career development. They place higher value on relationships with bosses and peers, and make use of mentoring, performance reviews, succession planning and other organizations resources for their advancement."
VIRTUAL HAPPY HOUR "Women in Leadership: Should We Be Angry or Optimistic?"
Join us Wednesday, January 11th at 6:30 pm ET when New York Times bestselling author of All The Single Ladies and Big Girls Don't CryRebecca Traister and activist and musician (of the wonderful band BETTY) Alyson Palmer stop by for our next Virtual Happy Hour. With the arrival of a new year bringing in a new agenda for women's issues, we'll discuss the opportunities and challenges on the horizon for women who care about equal opportunity & leadership parity. Tune in live to ask them your questions, engage in a powerful conversation, and learn about a new activist initiative you can join.
Hosted by Mary Legakis Engel, The Management Coach, Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Global Women's Leadership Summit
This 6-hour program will help you access the power you carry with you already, shifting from the outdated, oppressive “Power Over” to the expansive, positive, innovative “PowerTo.”This retreat is for you if you want to be taken seriously in business, increase your influence and
make a meaningful contribution in your work. It's for you if you want to gain control over your circumstance and confidence in yourself.