As women, we have access to wonderful networking groups, mentoring programs and leadership events! The list is endless on the possibilities to learn from and connect with each other. Yet, do we need a formal program or event to be there for each other?…The boys club did one thing right. They not only valued action on behalf of each other, it was expected.
Do you consider yourself a leader? Are you raising a leader? What does it even take to be a leader these days?
Unfortunately, as the pretty hilarious DeathStar PR Tweet above states: Some believe it’s about demonstrating power, but when it doesn’t work out too well, then it becomes about how well you can hide mistakes or blame it on others.
As we say in the Frey household: Blame is Lame. And as such, let’s get into the first lesson of true leadership. If you master these three, you’ll be the darling of corporate America, your own company, or the best camp counselor that ever was.
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Here are three stellar leadership lessons. They have to do with mother nature, life, and people, which will always be bigger than business, which is a lesson in and of itself.
The story begins..”You teach Gen Y, but you don’t hate Gen Y. Why do so many other people seem to hate Gen Y?” Jenn Sacks asked me one day. “Don’t worry,” I said, “I am Gen X and – when I was young – people hated us too.”
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A dignified, beautiful, African American woman stood at the podium during the Wake Forest Women’s Weekend. All eyes were on Esther Silver-Parker, one of the most senior former executives at Wal-Mart and now president of the Silver-Parker Group. Would she talk about women’s advancement to the C-suite? Would she share her secrets to success? That, she did. And one of them was not at all what we expected.
Many people today on Twitter know that I am running solely on coffee now…So, let’s get right down to business. Today we cover: How to find the five mentors.