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?
Are you so sick of being multitasked to death? Seriously.
Let’s win against the evil vortex of dream-sucking multitasks. Blog mentoring is open.
Lydia Fernandes, Country Manager for the Hot Mommas Project, put together this amazing tribute. Thank you Lydia, and thank you to the wonderful, brave, women who lead everyday at work, at home, in your community…in whatever you do and have stepped forward, stepped UP, and taken the time to share your story so that we Read more about Canada Celebrates its Hot Mommas[…]
Who will be the positive role models and ambassadors for women and girls telling them they CAN do it? Here is where you come in.
The award-winning women’s leadership venture, The Hot Mommas Project, announces its 2010 panel of judges and Martin Luther King Day of Service activity. The project helps women age 18 and older serve as role models and supporters for other women and girls. Submissions will be accepted through January 31, 2010.