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Tips for women in leadership that I wish someone had told me - Women's Agenda

Tips for women in leadership that I wish someone had told me - Women's Agenda | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Tips for women in leadership that I wish someone had told me Women's Agenda Now, working with a team of young women at CP Communications, I make sure to pass on the lessons I have learned throughout my 20-year career, which would have been so...
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How to beat the female leadership stereotypes - The Guardian

How to beat the female leadership stereotypes - The Guardian | Executive Women | Scoop.it
The Guardian How to beat the female leadership stereotypes The Guardian The explanation is usually psychological: both women and men unconsciously view men as leaders and women as followers, so that when a woman is promoted to senior leadership,...
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Deloitte executive and mother of 3 advises next generation of working women on path ahead

Deloitte executive and mother of 3 advises next generation of working women on path ahead | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Saddle River resident Ami Kaplan rose through the ranks of one of the largest accounting firms while not sacrificing her life at home

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EZIA's curator insight, January 27, 2014 1:01 PM

Very good article if you're young and want to juggle your career and a family

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Are men are more likely to lie about stress than women? | Brain based leadership training, consulting, executive coaching & presentations for Sustainable Leaders

Are men are more likely to lie about stress than women? | Brain based leadership training, consulting, executive coaching & presentations for Sustainable Leaders | Executive Women | Scoop.it
STRESS: The un-discussable in the room I recently was the keynote speaker for the SBDC (Small Business Development Center) Women in Business Leadership

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Women on boards: companies need to be looking internally

Women on boards: companies need to be looking internally | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Ruth Sacks: While the number of female non-executive directors is growing, pitifully few are working their way up to the executive board (RT @GdnWomenLeaders: Lunchtime reading: NEDs aren't enough, we need women on executive boards #womenonboards ...
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GM Chooses Barra as First Female CEO of Global Automaker - Bloomberg

GM Chooses Barra as First Female CEO of Global Automaker - Bloomberg | Executive Women | Scoop.it
NorthJersey.com GM Chooses Barra as First Female CEO of Global Automaker Bloomberg (GM) plans to name Mary Barra to succeed Dan Akerson as chief executive officer, making her the first female CEO in the global automotive industry, a person familiar...
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RT @Bill_George: Why are there so few women in boardrooms? Lack of vacant seats, and even vacant seats are often filled by men. http://t.co
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The science of getting women on boards

The science of getting women on boards | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Two recent studies show different levels of optimism for how soon boardrooms will truly diversify. (Why are there so few women in boardrooms? Lack of vacant seats, and even vacant seats are often filled by men.
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Twitter Appoints Marjorie Scardino as First Female Board Member

Twitter Appoints Marjorie Scardino as First Female Board Member | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Following criticism over its all-male board of directors, the social networking company has added the former chief executive of Pearson to the board.
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Women See Slow Progress In Leadership - Wall Street Journal

Women See Slow Progress In Leadership - Wall Street Journal | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Women See Slow Progress In Leadership Wall Street Journal "I just think that it is a loss of an awful lot of significant brain power," said Sheila Wellington, an executive-in-residence at New York University's Stern School of Business and a...
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(Ernst and Young) Average board diversity is about ten percentage points higher for companies with women in board and executive leadership roles - The Women's Book - December 2013

(Ernst and Young) Average board diversity is about ten percentage points higher for companies with women in board and executive leadership roles - The Women's Book - December 2013 | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Average board diversity is about 10% points higher for companies with women in board and executive leadership roles http://t.co/OMUMBQkuW7
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Advancing Women in Leadership | Democrats.org

Advancing Women in Leadership | Democrats.org | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Last week, women state party Chairs, Vice Chairs, Executive Directors and staff gathered in New Orleans during a meeting of the Association of State Democratic Chairs to discuss the increasing role of women as leaders in ...
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Why are more women leading social businesses?

Why are more women leading social businesses? | Executive Women | Scoop.it
Research suggests that some female traits may be behind their choice to become social entrepreneurs (38% of social ventures are now led by women.
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Different-but-Good – What We Can Learn From Women In Leadership

Different-but-Good – What We Can Learn From Women In Leadership | Executive Women | Scoop.it
How modern leadership styles are shifting and increasingly embracing strengths that women in leadership naturally bring to the table.

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