Research shows that around age 11, girls can begin to experience deficits in what is called “self-efficacy.” In layperson’s terms, this is the feeling of “I can do that.” It doesn’t stop there. As the instructor of a nationally award winning women’s leadership course, I’m called into corporations where I hear about…well…grown up versions of “Mean Girls.” Is there a connection to that 11 year-old?
Do you think just one person can make a difference for women and girls? Last week, the Hot Mommas Project launched a contest for tickets to our ground-breaking women’s leadership half-day bootcamp: Sis U. We’ve cracked the code on confidence and can measurably improve it. Our research shows : It’s ALL about confidence ladies. Strangely, Read more about Can Just One Person Make a Difference for Women and Girls? Rachel Eberhardt Says Yes, and Leads the Way as Sis U Winner[…]
Women from the Mid-Atlantic (and even the Mid-West) gathered yesterday at the George Washington University School of Business, Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence for the first-ever Sisterhood University ™. Sisterhood University™ is the testing ground for research gathered by the Hot Mommas® Project, which is the world’s largest collection of teachable role models and mentors (aka case studies) for women and girls. […]
This morning I spoke with one of our Hot Mommas Project judges. She just got a massive promotion. “You’ve got an entire empire now!” I said. We agreed to make a time to have coffee or take a walk.
Thoughts running through my head as I hung up:
I want to support her empire.
She is just incredibly awesome and inspiring. […]
The following is an edited version of an email sent from one inspirational woman to another as part of the Hot Mommas Project. Read below, and nominate someone you know – yourself included – as a role mode and be part of what we call the new “Sisterhood of Success.” Impact women’s education and make Read more about Why You Should Write Your Story for The Hot Mommas Project[…]