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Why women should lead boldly | SmartBlogs

Why women should lead boldly | SmartBlogs | Successful women | Scoop.it
For many years, we’ve known intuitively that having women in top leadership positions means superior organizational performance. Today, a body of data from
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8 traits of female leadership you may wish to add to your leadership style whether you are a man or a woman.

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Cath Daley's curator insight, March 4, 2014 5:43 AM

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.

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 How women lead and why their leadership style is so successful.

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To boldly go.... or go boldly...

 

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The Truth About Human Resources

The Truth About Human Resources | Successful women | Scoop.it
I had the good fortune to be raised by wolves in HR in the sense that I never worked for an HR person. I came up as an HR person in companies that were growing fast. I worked for the VP of Operations during the early part of my career, [...]
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Great read for whose interested in working with real people! Thank you Liz Ryan, this world needs more people like you!

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So we leaned in…now what? | Voice At The Table

So we leaned in…now what? | Voice At The Table | Successful women | Scoop.it
Watch this interview with Sheryl Sandberg by Pat Mitchell at TEDWomen, talking about her experiences since her debut presentation on TEDTalk and her book Lean
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Women need more self-confidence...

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Air New Zealand Female Pilots Fly High

Air New Zealand Female Pilots Fly High | Successful women | Scoop.it
It was a pleasant surprise when I boarded the Air New Zealand Beech 1900D to Rotorua to discover that both the pilot and the first officer were females.I shouldn’t be surprised in this day and age seeing two females at the helm but it was still a pleasing sight because it was different. This led me to some inquiries about just how many female pilots were there internationally and at Air New Zealad.And this is what we found - thanks to Rachel Chapman and the Air New Zealand team.According to the
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Reaching out for our dreams flying high ....

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Transcript: What makes for a charismatic leader?

Transcript: What makes for a charismatic leader? | Successful women | Scoop.it
But certainly for women, encouraging these informal relationships and building a sense of community and cohesion, I think that is really important for women leaders.
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Women need to build a sense of community and cohesion to be seen as charismatic... 

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Rethink What You “Know” About High-Achieving Women

Rethink What You “Know” About High-Achieving Women | Successful women | Scoop.it
A survey of Harvard Business School graduates sheds new light on what happens to women—and men—after business school.
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Women need to lean in, but so do companies...

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The most powerful person in the room | LinkedIn

The most powerful person in the room | LinkedIn | Successful women | Scoop.it
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Because we never succeed alone...

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Integrated Talent Management to Fuel Female Leadership

Integrated Talent Management to Fuel Female Leadership | Successful women | Scoop.it
Companies must have an integrated talent management strategy in place to foster female leadership, if they want to be a leader in their line of business.
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Integrating talent management for female leadership...

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Will Female Leaders Make a Better World?

Will Female Leaders Make a Better World? | Successful women | Scoop.it
Building emotionally intelligent teams and organizations will be imperative in order to engage people and ensure that we both do the right thing, and do it in the right way. If people are not engaged at work, how are we then going to build the necess...
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Because the world needs both female and male leadership

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Who are the world's women leaders?

Who are the world's women leaders? | Successful women | Scoop.it
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The worldwide club of female political leaders

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, November 23, 2014 11:08 AM

Michelle Bachelet, Chile...Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, Malta...

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Push for Parity: 5 lessons for the next generation of women leaders | Poynter.

Push for Parity: 5 lessons for the next generation of women leaders | Poynter. | Successful women | Scoop.it
Create. Inform. Engage. | Journalism training, media news & how to's
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Lessons for the next generation of women leaders that apply for the current generation of leaders and leaders to be...

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How Collaboration Helps Women-Owned Businesses Succeed

How Collaboration Helps Women-Owned Businesses Succeed | Successful women | Scoop.it
Building complementary partnerships is key to making a big impact.
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The benefits of collaboration. An additional thought is how to make it work in Corporate too!

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There Are 8 Indispensable Elements of Real Wealth and 7 Aren’t Money

There Are 8 Indispensable Elements of Real Wealth and 7 Aren’t Money | Successful women | Scoop.it
What’s the purpose of life?
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I would not necessarily have put them in that order, but these are 8 points worth a reality check for each of us...

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Leadership Challenge: How Lovable Are You?

Leadership Challenge: How Lovable Are You? | Successful women | Scoop.it
If you want to be an exceptional leader, warmth and approachability matter far more than competence. Here's why.
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A feminine value (trait) being recommended...

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8 Steps to Become Wealthy In Every Sense Of The Word

8 Steps to Become Wealthy In Every Sense Of The Word | Successful women | Scoop.it
Money isn’t everything. Where your definition of success is concerned, money may rank far down the list. Everyone’s definition of ‘success’ is different.
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I've always loved this quote by Coco Chanel: "Some people have money, and some are rich". I believe that it is possible to have both, as long as the first is only a mean and the second the end...

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What It Takes to Go From Dead Broke to 6 Figures in 6 Months

What It Takes to Go From Dead Broke to 6 Figures in 6 Months | Successful women | Scoop.it
Every change we need to make to prosper is within ourselves.
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The steps are being described for financial results but they do apply to women too and to women entrepreneurs or women in corporate too!

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Just another feminist entrepreneur who built her own glass ceiling

Just another feminist entrepreneur who built her own glass ceiling | Successful women | Scoop.it
The glass ceiling is alive and well and just as impenetrable.
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We need to include men in the discussion...

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7 Inspiring People And Organizations Fighting Misogyny In India

7 Inspiring People And Organizations Fighting Misogyny In India | Successful women | Scoop.it
A new generation of Indian women won't stay silent, owing largely to the brave men and women who have spoken up about women's rights and safety in the country.

As The Huffington Post launches in India, we wanted to recognize some of the amazing p...
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Some inspiration when it comes to women's right...

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malek's curator insight, December 10, 2014 9:33 AM

Misogyny belongs to the famous Indian classification: “chalta hai”. This expression, loosely translated as “it will do”, means brushing off things such as rules – and even matters of conscience – because people think they don’t matter


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Millennials Want to Lead. Are They Ready?

Millennials Want to Lead. Are They Ready? | Successful women | Scoop.it
Contrary to popular belief, millennials (the generation born between the years 1984 and 1996) around the world are ambitious and eager to work hard...
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Interesting read for those of you who are female millennials or have daughters who are....

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Glass ceiling cracks

Glass ceiling cracks | Successful women | Scoop.it
Kelsey Ramsden has grown her contracting company, Belvedere Place Development Ltd., from a Western Canada residential construction company into a multinational firm.
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Network, communicate, share and view obstacles as opportunities...

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The Most Undervalued Leadership Traits Of Women

The Most Undervalued Leadership Traits Of Women | Successful women | Scoop.it
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
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Great women teach men about women...

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Lauran Star's curator insight, November 28, 2014 4:07 PM

What are your strengths?

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Gender gap has narrowed in more than 100 countries

Gender gap has narrowed in more than 100 countries | Successful women | Scoop.it
In recent years, many nations have reduced wage gaps, increased female college enrollment, and expanded the role of women in government. But there's still work to be done – a recent report estimates that complete gender equality in economic participation and opportunity remains decades away.
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Progress is slow, but there is progress....


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Miss A's curator insight, November 24, 2014 5:58 PM

Useful cross cultural evidence for G674

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Research: How Female CEOs Actually Get to the Top

Research: How Female CEOs Actually Get to the Top | Successful women | Scoop.it
It’s usually a long, steady climb at a single company.
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A long climb and steady focus got them were they are...

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Women ride through glass ceiling

Women ride through glass ceiling | Successful women | Scoop.it
Australian women would wait another eight years before society would allow them to professionally ride a horse, but an eight-year-old girl in Wangaratta couldn't spare the time.
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Breaking through the family glass ceiling

Breaking through the family glass ceiling | Successful women | Scoop.it
More women are taking up board positions across the family business sector, and Australia’s corporate sector should be taking notice.
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More women in family businesses then in the Corporate world...

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Women who conquered the glass cliff - The Business Woman Media

Women who conquered the glass cliff  - The Business Woman Media | Successful women | Scoop.it
There are also some who conquered the glass cliff, and proved women can actually be the saviors of a company.
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Women who made it through the glass cliff...

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