Paying tribute to cultures with rich oral history traditions, we make the stories of women in our lives teachable through our classes and coaching/consulting. A social media spin on the Harvard Business School case study, women from all over the world, of all different ages and backgrounds, have shared their stories with us. We make those stories teachable. Our cases, classes, and coaching results move the needle: We measurably improve self-efficacy, the most important type of confidence for women, up to 66% in three hours and 200% in a semester. This is a proven way to eradicate self-limitation, which starts as early as age 11 for girls. If you can’t see it, you can’t be it. #Role
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It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At the Hot Mommas Project, there’s not a better time to honor the inspirational bold women of breast cancer who are creating awareness, comfort, funds, and fight for all of us.
Now is a critical time to affirm women leaders. As part of this important time in our nation and world, Kathy Korman Frey is offering five pro bono (free) coaching sessions the week of 11/14 to 11/18.
This week was the announcement of the DC National Association of Women Business Owner’s Woman of Distinction. While speaking there, I covered “hot topics” from the Hot Mommas Project and the Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership course at the George Washington University. These included:Negotiation, Mentoring, The Confidence Equation, Frenemies, and more.
Un-Book Club 2: Featuring Caroline Adams Miller – the Highest Value Book Club You’ll Ever Experience
It’s our un-book club – a component of our Beta Virtual Campus – where we bring role models and mentors from around the world to life. Caroline’s award-winning case-study (see link below) will bring you up to speed before the call.
In what may be the highest value, shortest time ratio: You’ll learn from a real role model and mentor her experiences, amazing life story and be able to ask her questions.
About our featured Case Author and Speaker
Cynthia_ThomasCynthia is an experienced researcher, strategist and designer.
She’s led strategy and solution development for brands and companies such as the Briggs & Stratton, E*Trade, Miller-Coors, Harley-Davidson, GE Healthcare, Johnson Controls, Guinness Atkinson Funds, Kimberly Clark, and Froedtert Hospital, as well as organizations University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Marquette University and Creative Alliance Milwaukee.
The Hot Mommas Project is launching the beta of its virtual campus in January. As our Founder, Kathy Korman Frey, registers her nationally award-winning Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership class at the George Washington University in DC, we offer an opportunity to following along, class-by-class with our Virtual Campus condensed version.
Read about the class below and use this sign up form. Registration will be capped, so it’s important to get on the sign up form.
We all know that to continue to grow we must continue to learn. As the web continues to become integral to our daily lives, there seems to be no end to the new mobile apps, websites, and other adult education resources popping up every day. So many in fact, that it’s hard for one person to Read more about What are Your Favorite Resources for Continuing Education?[…]
This summer at Hot Mommas Project, we began a new feature called “Question of the Week” where we pose a question on Facebook and award a free premium course in our upcoming leadership academy to the best, most liked or most discussed answer. This past week, domestic violence was a hot topic online, in response Read more about How Did You Deal with #whyIleft and #whyIstayed at Home?[…]
How do you define success? Do you Lean In, close your confidence gap, Thrive or run in the other direction?
Sometimes, I get the sense a women’s empowerment book comes out and we’ll say: “I need to be that person, and I’m really pond scum until I Lean In, step up, Thrive, or otherwise do all the things this person did to become a superhero…holding a Red Bull latte..in a private jet.”
What IS it that is touching a nerve about these books?
What is “right” for you? Have you defined it?