gender bias

Gender Bias: The Trap of the Bossy Leader [Infographic]

The issue of gender parity in leadership roles has received a lot of attention from the business community in recent years. Progress is being made as more and more companies fill executive positions with qualified female candidates. What is often overlooked, however, is the very real gender bias faced by women who already serve in leadership roles. Many female leaders are trapped by the perception that they have to behave in accordance with traditional male stereotypes in order to be effective, but the truth is that most of the traits traditionally exhibited by each gender are seen as equally effective…. Read More»

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Executive Coaching: How to Preserve and Promote Women in Leadership

As an executive coach, I have the privilege of coaching executive women past obstacles so they can focus on their leadership and impact instead. Of all the strategies, perspectives, behaviors, actions and mindsets I’ve used over the years to strengthen women in leadership, there’s one that has the biggest impact on their success: the executive coaching itself…. Read More»

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