It’s impossible to respect, value and admire great leadership if you can’t identify what makes a leader great. Because of this, the identity crisis I have written about that exists in today’s workplace is something that women leaders in particular have been facing for much too long. While the tide is changing and more women are being elevated into leadership roles, there is still much work to do. As of July 2013, there were only 19 female elected presidents and prime ministers in power around
The Information Daily Gender diversity in the boardroom dismissed by a third of top executives The Information Daily New research by recruitment specialist, Executives Online has shown that 71 per cent of top executives believe that more women in...
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It is interesting to note how perceptions of a third of executives are in contradiction to what the research is showing about the benefits of greater diversity at boardroom level. what us being done to change these perceptions?
National Project Confirms Its First Woman Visionary Canada NewsWire (press release) A Bold Vision is also accepting nominations of women from across Canada to be one of the selected 23 Canadian women leaders that will participate in this first of...
5 Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs Over 50 Huffington Post This week Forbes released its annual list of "The World's Most Powerful People," and many of the list-makers are well-known entrepreneurs like Warren Buffett and Bernard Arnault...but women...
The greatest leaders, whether male or female, are those who have the flexibility to change their behaviours and communication to adapt to different circumstances and situations. Having a fixed leadership style makes this more difficult. I believe to be a really successful leader we have to have characteristics of both male and female preferred styles which then enables you to develop this flexibility. One size doesn't fit all.
Diversity. It’s a buzzword that’s heralded everywhere, from college campuses to neighborhoods and the business world, and senior living companies may want to take heed: research overwhelmingly points to the value and importance of a gender-diverse...
Gratitude (and its sibling, appreciation) is the mental tool we use to remind ourselves of the good stuff. It’s a lens that helps us to see the things that don’t make it onto our lists of problems to be solved. It’s a spotlight that we shine on the people who give us the good things in life. It’s a bright red paintbrush we apply to otherwise-invisible blessings, like clean streets or health or enough food to eat.
Gratitude doesn’t make problems and threats disappear. We can lose jobs, we can be attacked on the street, we can get sick. I’ve experienced all of those things. I remember those harrowing times at unexpected moments: My heart beats faster, my throat constricts. My body wants to hit something or run away, one or the other. But there’s nothing to hit, nowhere to run. The threats are indeed real, but at that moment, they exist only in memory or imagination. I am the threat; it is me who is wearing myself out with worry.
That’s when I need to turn on the gratitude. If I do that enough, suggests the psychological research, gratitude might just become a habit. What will that mean for me? It means, says the research, that I increase my chances of psychologically surviving hard times, that I stand a chance to be happier in the good times. I’m not ignoring the threats; I’m appreciating the resources and people that might help me face those threats.
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