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Real Women, Real Questions 5

This RWRQ update offers pivotal support for women. The theme involves how we present ourselves, how we authentically bring our highest contribution to the table, and how these might create differing perceptions for women versus men. Here are the questions: How do you overcome being shy? I know I’m an effective leader, but can be [...]

Creator of Magical Experience: Ruth Shellhorn

Few people get the invitation to contribute to the making of a film. Ours arrived in the mail a couple of days ago. Before I share more on the filmmaking, let me tell you a story about an incredible woman … If you are one of the 650 million plus visitors to Disneyland since the [...]

2018-08-20T11:06:54+00:00September 11th, 2015|Leadership, Women's Leadership|

The Destiny of Leadership Legacy

Margaret Thatcher speaking September 29, 1983. White House Photo, accessed via margaretthatcher.org. Copyright waived by US Government. Long before Sheryl Sandberg’s statistics on the abysmal representation of women in top leadership roles moved into open conversation, Margaret Thatcher offered inspiration to women beyond the boundaries of the United Kingdom. Defying convention from her earliest career, Margaret [...]

2018-08-20T11:28:49+00:00April 21st, 2013|Leadership, Women's Leadership|

Leaning In Dialogues and Gender Difference in Destiny

I find the current discussion on the topic of women’s choices and career advancement a fascinating sideline experience. Observing from the sidelines, as opposed to stepping out on the field, is exactly the type of feminine choice women make, according to what I’ve read of Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead [affiliate]. Sandberg isn’t [...]

2018-09-04T18:38:07+00:00March 30th, 2013|Leadership, Women's Leadership|

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