From the C-suite to the Senate floor, women in leadership positions are at historic highs. And some research even suggests that women are more effective than men in 84% of competencies associated with leadership. Yet many accomplished and capable women continue to struggle with issues related to ambition, power, and authority. In this HRchat episode, we consider what explains this disconnect.
Listen too as we delve into ways women can identify their career desires, maximize awareness of competencies, build relationships that will foster success, and increase their effectiveness as a leader of people.
Bill's guest this time is Dr. Ellen M. Snee, Executive Coach to High Potential and Senior Level Women at Catalyst Coaching and author of the new book LEAD: How Women in Charge Claim Their Authority.
A leadership book designed for women, LEAD draws on Dr. Snee’s research on women’s leadership development, her coaching and consulting work to advance talented women, and her earlier life as a Catholic nun. Speaking directly to women leaders, Ellen offers new insights and reinforces them with personal experiences and those of her clients. To further transform insight into action she provides specific exercises and action steps after each chapter.
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