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On The Sheryl Sandberg Backlash - Huffington Post

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On The Sheryl Sandberg Backlash
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Rebecca Traister wrote about this phenomenon in her book, Big Girls Don't Cry, about women in the 2008 elections.

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Arianna Huffington on Redefining Success: 2013 Smith College Commencement Address

Arianna Huffington on Redefining Success: 2013 Smith College Commencement Address | Women & Leadership in Higher Education | Scoop.it
"Money and power by themselves are a two-legged stool -- you can balance on them for a while, but eventually you're going to topple over."

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Tamara Filipovic's curator insight, June 9, 2013 9:55 PM

Arianna's three W's of success: well-being, wisdom, and wonder. From her address: "Basically, success the way we’ve defined it is no longer sustainable. It’s no longer sustainable for human beings or for societies. To live the lives we want, and not just the ones we settle for, the ones society defines as successful, we need to include the third metric (first two: money and power)" of the 3 W's. Fortunately, she goes further to suggest that it will be the responsibility of the third women's movement to lead and "remake the world in your own image, according to your own definition of success, so that all of us — women and men — can live our lives with more grace, more joy, more empathy, more gratitude and, yes, more love."

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Art of Managing: The Power of a Well-Placed "No" | Management Excellence by Art Petty

Art of Managing: The Power of a Well-Placed "No" | Management Excellence by Art Petty | Women & Leadership in Higher Education | Scoop.it
“No” is one of the most powerful and under-utilized terms in your management vocabulary. Here are ten situations where No might be the absolute right call.

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David Ednie's curator insight, July 15, 2013 11:04 PM

10 situations when NO is the right answer.

The Legal Balance's curator insight, July 30, 2013 1:02 PM

"No." This simple, well-placed word could help your career and life. 

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Women in leadership: 'It's not going to work the way we're doing it' - The Guardian

Women in leadership: 'It's not going to work the way we're doing it' - The Guardian | Women & Leadership in Higher Education | Scoop.it
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Women in leadership: 'It's not going to work the way we're doing it'
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Conversations with women leaders in the sector demonstrate their concern.
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Study Says Higher Education is Racially Separate and Unequal - BET

Study Says Higher Education is Racially Separate and Unequal - BET | Women & Leadership in Higher Education | Scoop.it
BET Study Says Higher Education is Racially Separate and Unequal BET New research by Georgetown Public Policy Institute breaks down the growing racial polarization in America's higher education system, especially in the country's top well-funded...
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Why You Shouldn't Tell Your Boss Everything - Huffington Post

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Lisa Earle McLeod is a sales leadership consultant. Companies like Apple, Kimberly-Clark and Pfizer hire her to help them create passionate, purpose-driven sales forces.

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Call it a gender reset. He feels empowered, and I feel, well, liberated.

Call it a gender reset. He feels empowered, and I feel, well, liberated. | Women & Leadership in Higher Education | Scoop.it
For one working mother, swapping traditional roles with her husband was liberating, and for her husband came empowerment.

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Marion Chapsal's curator insight, July 11, 2013 5:26 AM

Echoes this tweet (retweeted by Dr Elisabeth Kelan @EKelan)

 

"To get gender equality at work need gender equality at home." @AbigailLocke  #pows13

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US Secretary of Homeland Security Confirmed as First Female President of UC - City Town Info Education Channel

US Secretary of Homeland Security Confirmed as First Female President of UC - City Town Info Education Channel | Women & Leadership in Higher Education | Scoop.it
US Secretary of Homeland Security Confirmed as First Female President of UC City Town Info Education Channel As The Chronicle of Higher Education pointed out, Napolitano, 55, who served as governor and attorney general of Arizona prior to becoming...
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Three Differences Between Managers and Leaders

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Stop thinking about your tasks and start talking about your vision.
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Invisible women of science – now appearing at the Royal Society ...

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Uta Frith: Scientists, an exhibition opening on Monday at the Royal Society, raises the profile of accomplished women scientists.
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