Podcast: Interview with Maria Reitan on Advancing Women and Engaging Men


I recently was interviewed by Maria Reitan for her award winning Purse Strings radio series. She wanted to understand how to unleash the power of women in organizations and discuss my brand new book, Why Women: The Leadership Imperative to Advancing Women and Engaging Men.

Our interview begins at 7:48 mark.

 

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Business and Community Leaders Join Forces To Advance Women in Utah


‘ElevateHer Corporate Challenge’

In May 2015, local business and community leaders in Utah launched the Women’s Leadership Institute in an effort to raise more women to leadership roles.

The “ElevateHer Corporate Challenge” encourages Utah organizations to:

Increase the percentage of women in senior leadership positions
Increase the retention rate of women at all levels of the organization
Increase the number of women . . .

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Hard Work Alone Is Not Enough. You Need To Share Your Accomplishments.


Women need to take a tip from their male counterparts

At a recent event I was keynoting my book WHY WOMEN, The Leadership Imperative and I referenced research from ‘The Sponsor Effect’, that said women need to change their viewpoint on meritocracies.

When you ask women, 77% of them will tell you they believe promotions are driven by . . .

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Podcast: Women in the Workplace


Recently, I was interviewed by Emory Mulling for his Mulling at Work radio show. Our discussion centered around the status of women in the workplace 2015, my new book WHY WOMEN and how men need to get engaged to create positive change for women in the workplace. Give it a listen and let me know what you think.
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Lessons from Angelina Jolie: Leadership And Advancing Women in the Workplace Lessons


Advancing women in the workplace

Addressing a group of delegates in Johannesburg, South Africa, Special Envoy of the United Nations, Jolie emphasized how it was critical to engage men in the fight for women’s rights, saying that the women’s rights movement begins at the individual level.

When it comes to women’s empowerment and leadership issues, director and humanitarian, Angelina Jolie is a powerful . . .

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