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    1. 13 Women Entrepreneurs On The Daily Routine That’s Essential To Their Success

      13 Women Entrepreneurs On The Daily Routine That’s Essential To Their Success

      Came across this fascinating piece from The Financial Diet and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled 13 Women Entrepreneurs On the Daily Routine That's Essential To Their Success.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      I’d say the productivity tip I find crucial to my success is using a planner every single day. There, I make a plan and stick to it, tracking milestones each month, and getting closer to those goals with each daily task I mark as completed. It’s my navigation tool that I re-align myself with each week as ...

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    2. High Impact Leadership from Women as Change Makers

      High Impact Leadership from Women as Change Makers

      This article from Forbes piqued our curiosity. The author calls it Women Leaders As Change Makers.

      It offers up some fascinating nuggets of wisdom about how women can be catalysts for change if put in leadership positions. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      The holistic thinkers that women are, they align values, operating principles and core competencies with strategy. The enactment of large-scale change may include the need to change an organization’s values and operating principles (the ways in which decisions are made, conflicts are resolved, etc.).

      To find out how else women can make a huge impact on organizations ...

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    3. The The First Female Chief of Britain's IED Has Both the Power and Resolve to Gender Disparity in Engineering Field

      The The First Female Chief of Britain's IED Has Both the Power and Resolve to Gender Disparity in Engineering Field

      Came across this fascinating piece from The Guardian and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Recruit Women, Urges Engineers' First Female Leader.

      In it, Naomi Climber, the new president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) shares some interesting points. Here’s one of them:

      Today many have been transformed and employ large numbers of women. For example, jobs in medicine are now divided fairly evenly between the sexes. By contrast, engineering has remained stubbornly stuck in the past. Men still hold down 94% of jobs. That is simply not acceptable. Indeed, it is harmful. We cannot ...

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    4. What Media Mogul Gemma Toner Wished She Had Known Before Taking on the Leadership Role She's Currently In

      What Media Mogul Gemma Toner Wished She Had Known Before Taking on the Leadership Role She's Currently In

      Here's a fascinating article from the Inc. It's called 5 Things This Woman Leader Wished Someone Had Told Her Before She Became CEO.

      In this feature, Gemma Toner shares some insightful perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      It's helpful to know going in that it's normal to feel lonely sometimes (even with a great team). It doesn't have to be that way all the time, but it is true that it's lonely at the top. It's still worth being there, though.

      Have a look at the full article for more insights.

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    5. Studies Suggest That Women Are More Naturally Inclined for Leadership Positions Yet Confidence is Lacking

      Studies Suggest That Women Are More Naturally Inclined for Leadership Positions Yet Confidence is Lacking

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Harvard Business Review. It’s titled Research: Women Score Higher Than Men in Most Leadership Skills.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Interestingly, our data shows that when women are asked to assess themselves, they are not as generous in their ratings. In the last few years we created a self-assessment that measures, among other things, confidence. We’ve been collecting data since 2016 (from 3,876 men and 4,779 women so far) on levels of confidence leaders have in themselves over ...

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    6. Why Women Leaders Should Be More Confident

      Why Women Leaders Should Be More Confident

      Came across this fascinating piece from Forbes and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Female Leadership - 'Be Competent Like a Woman and Confident and Ambitious Like a Man'.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      A Harvard Business Review study investigated male vs female leadership taking into consideration 16 competencies that are proven as most important to overall leadership effectiveness, according to 30 years of research. Their findings concurred the stereotype that women "take care"--women scored higher than men in building relationships, inspiring and motivating others, practicing self-development. However, at the same time, it ...

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    7. Studies Back Women in Leadership Positions if You Want Employee Engagement

      Studies Back Women in Leadership Positions if You Want Employee Engagement

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Inc. It’s titled Why You Should Hire More Female Leaders, According to a New Study.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      The difference in rating is no small margin considering the sample size: almost 60,000 employees under 3,000 managers, across 43 countries. In an age where employee engagement reigns supreme, organizations should be taking every opportunity to hire more female leaders. 

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest of this insightful piece.

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    8. Leading With Strength as a Woman in Power

      Leading With Strength as a Woman in Power

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from The Grit and Grace Project and thought that we would share it. Jenni Catron titles it The 6 Qualities That Make a Female Leader Strong.

      It offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Self-awareness is essential to lead ourselves well and to lead others effectively. In order to strongly lead, we need to be exceptionally self-aware. The challenge specifically for women is that we’re so preoccupied trying to understand what others want or expect of us that we overlook our own feelings or desires in an effort to achieve approval ...

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    9. Striking a Perfect Balance Between Having Children and Growing a Career

      Striking a Perfect Balance Between Having Children and Growing a Career

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Henpicked. It’s titled Growing Healthy Finances as You Age.

      It offers some noteworthy ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely insightful:

      If you’re happy at your current job, there may still be the possibility of negotiating more flexible working hours, or working from home some or all of the time. A good way to broach the subject with your employer is to have some points outlined ahead of time. Emphasise what’s in it for them, and why the change will be good for your productivity and ...

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    10. Only One Woman Was Included in Forbes' List of Innovators, She Strongly Disagrees

      Only One Woman Was Included in Forbes' List of Innovators, She Strongly Disagrees

      Anne Wojcicki of 23AndMe is a real leader, not just businesswise, but in representing womankind as well.

      Here's a fascinating article on her reaction about being the only woman included in the Forbes Magazine list of Innovative Leaders. It's Female CEOs Blast 'Forbes' List Of Innovative Leaders That Includes Only One Woman.

      In it, Wojcicki shares her two cents on this gaffe. Here's what she had to say:

      They go online and think about board members or advisers and who it is that can help solve a problem. I think there are real ripple effects when this ...

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    11. Leading with Laser Focus

      Leading with Laser Focus

      Found this piece called Why Leaders Can't Be Friends With Their Employees by Janine Allis. It really piqued our interest. 

      It's got some noteworthy ideas. Here's one of them:

      The most dangerous people are smart and can talk the talk, often when you confront these types, you leave feeling that all is under control, despite the evidence to say it is not. Having strong systems in place means that there is no talking your way out of situations. Either you achieved the goal at the due date or you did not.

      Take a look at the rest ...

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    12. Women Helping Women in the Coffee Business

      Women Helping Women in the Coffee Business

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from NBC News and thought that we would share it. It's a feature on the City Girl Coffee founder called How Alyza Bohbot Turned a Coffee Company Into a Message of Women's Empowerment.

      It shares a fascinating story. Here's a noteworthy excerpt:

      Bohbot launched the City Girl Coffee line, which sources beans from women-owned farms in Central and South America, Africa and Indonesia. Five percent of City Girl Coffee profits go to the nonprofits International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) and Café Feminino, which fight for gender equity in the international coffee ...

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    13. How to Get More Women to Lead

      How to Get More Women to Lead

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Fast Company's Andrea Kramer and Alton Harris. It’s titled What it Takes to Get More Women Leaders in the Workplace.

      They offer some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      It doesn’t matter that we consciously believe women are just as competent, ambitious, and competitive as men. Our implicit stereotypes don’t let us “see” them as equal. That’s why we need to prevent stereotypes from having a discriminatory effect on assignments, training, evaluations, compensation, and promotion. We can do this by employing (and ...

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    14. How Valuing Creative Skills Can Lead to Empowerment for Women

      How Valuing Creative Skills Can Lead to Empowerment for Women

      Here's a fascinating article from the Queensland Country Life. It's called Women Need to Value Creative Skills: QRRRWN High Tea Message.

      In it, Sally Cripps shares some insightful perspectives from the annual Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women's Network high tea. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Building strong relationships with businesses is one way women can finally start being paid properly for the work they are contributing, work that is often undervalued as 'arty'.

      Have a look at the full article for more of the author’s insights.

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    15. 25 Women Leading in Their Respective Fields

      25 Women Leading in Their Respective Fields

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Week TV 25. It’s titled 25 Women in Leadership.

      It's a fascinating list of women. Here’s an entry about Jennie Van Antwerp:

      Jennie Van Antwerp is the director of Acute Care and Critical Care at Methodist and Proctor hospital campuses at Unity Point Health. She led the team for the development of a research based nurse residency program.

      To find who else made the list, take a look at the rest of this write-up.

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    16. Why It's Important that Women Support Women

      Why It's Important that Women Support Women

      Thought we'd share this interesting article from the Harvard Business Review. It's called A Lack of Sponsorship is Keeping Women from Advancing into Leadership.

      In it, Herminia Ibarra shares some thoughtful perspectives. Here's one of them:

      This disparity in access to critical roles may be compounded, or perhaps caused, by differences in women’s and men’s relationships with executives who can provide access to those jobs. Here human nature creates an uneven playing field: People’s tendency to gravitate to those who are like them on salient dimensions such as gender increases the likelihood that powerful ...

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    17. The Duchess of Sussex is Flexing All Her Game-Changing Female Friends in Vogues September Issue

      The Duchess of Sussex is Flexing All Her Game-Changing Female Friends in Vogues September Issue

      Thought we would share this interesting piece from CNN. It's called Meghan is Guest Editing British Vogue - And She's Bringing a Supergroup of Leading Women With Her.

      It's a fascinating look into the whole process. Here's one of the intriguing excerpts:

      From the very beginning, we talked about the cover - whether she would be on it or not. In the end, she felt that it would be in some ways a 'boastful' thing to do for this particular project. She wanted, instead, to focus on the women she admires

      To learn more about the project, give ...

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    18. The Importance of Staying True to Your Femininity in Leadership

      The Importance of Staying True to Your Femininity in Leadership

      This awesome article by Fortis Georgiadis is truly insightful. It's called Women in STEM: “Your ability as a leader to inspire and motivate employees is based on trust” with Roni Frank of Talkspace.

      In it, he interviews Roni Frank, co-founder of Talkspace. Here's how she tackles being a woman leader:

      It’s not necessary to emulate stereotypically “masculine” qualities in order to be a successful, assertive leader. Instead, stay authentic, quiet those voices that tell you that you need to show more dominance, power or control. These qualities, despite being considered “strong and masculine” are not effective. On ...

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    19. Empowering Each Other

      Empowering Each Other

      Came across this fascinating piece from the Indian Express and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Women Need to Be Empowered by Each Other: Priyanka Copra.

      It's an interview of Indian Hollywood actress Priyank Chopra. In it, she says:

      The more opportunity we create for each other, the more sisterhood will grow. We’re 50 per cent of the world population, we need to be represented in every field. We need to be empowered by each other, by people who are in positions of power, by putting (women) in positions of power.

      If you want more of ...

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    20. Satire That Hits Pretty Close to Home for Women in the Workplace

      Satire That Hits Pretty Close to Home for Women in the Workplace

      Here's a hilarious satire from GOOD. It's called 12 Non-Threatening Leadership Strategies for Women.

      In it, comedy writer Sarah Cooper shares some truly hilarious suggestions on what to do to be taken seriously in the workplace. Here's one of the funniest on her list:

      When all else fails, wear a mustache so everyone sees you as more man- like. This will cancel out any need to change your leadership style. In fact, you may even get a quick promotion!

      Check out the rest of her article and give 

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    21. #Me Too Pioneer Gretchen Carlson's Story is Being Made Into Movie

      #Me Too Pioneer Gretchen Carlson's Story is Being Made Into Movie

      The #MeToo movement sparked a tidal wave of change in the entertainment world. It's gotten so big that it's even caused ripples in other industries as well. This article from the Sydney Morning Herald shares a movie that talks about its beginnings.

      It shares with us an interview with Naomi Watts who played the movement's pioneer, Gretchen Carlson. Here's a short snippet of what she had to say about it:

      "She decided to push back and say, 'No, this is not OK. I will not be undervalued. I will not be harassed, both mentally and physically ...

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    22. The Virtue of Seeing Yourself The Way You Really Are

      The Virtue of Seeing Yourself The Way You Really Are

      Here's a fascinating article from Thought Catalog. It's called How To Think You’re Hot, Even If No One Else Does.

      It shares some powerful insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      I feel great about myself lately because I’m judging myself based on things I think are important and that I am in control of and can improve upon. When I think of my many, many faults I can put them in context of being an imperfect human being who is doing my best. I approach these things with curiosity instead of judgement. I do the same ...

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    23. Female Bosses on How Other Women Can Become Strong Leaders Too

      Female Bosses on How Other Women Can Become Strong Leaders Too

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Business News Daily. It’s titled Key Steps Women Can Take to Be Strong Leaders.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      That's not to say that people should pretend inequality doesn't exist. Acknowledging the need for change is important, but more important are your actions and attitudes in the workplace. Encourage yourself and others, and don't let perceived detriments rule the day.

      To find out about other steps you could take, give the rest of this article a read...

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    24. We Have America's First Female Tech Chief in a Political Organization

      We Have America's First Female Tech Chief in a Political Organization

      Here's a fascinating report from the Geekwire about a trailblazer of a woman. It's called DNC's New Tech Leader Talks About What Went Wrong in 2016 and How Dems are Preparing for 2020.

      It shares some truly fascinating insights. Here's a short excerpt:

      Thomas is the first data scientist and first woman to serve as CTO of the DNC. GeekWire caught up with Thomas while she was visiting Seattle to meet with the state’s Democratic Party and technology partners. She discussed how the DNC is modernizing its infrastructure and the challenges that come from running ...

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