How to get out of your transformation projects alive
Technology transformations – I’ve done 15 of them; on the business side and on the people side, in divisions and company-wide; as an employee and as an implementer.
In last month’s column 5 Ways to Lead from Abundance I wrote about one of the most powerful aspects of ‘Leading from The Feminine’ – Leading from Abundance.
In previous articles I have spoken about the distinctions of Feminine Leadership and how we are only measuring half of our leadership capacity. Today I want to talk about one of the most powerful aspects of Leading from the Feminine: ‘Leading from Abundance’.
3 Ways To Change How We Think About 'The Glass Ceiling'
I had a very interesting interaction on LinkedIn this month. A wonderful woman, Shannon Katschilo posted a column called “Breaking Glass Ceilings can lead to a Broken Heart”. It was a sad, vulnerable and lovely story of how she felt heartbroken when one of her daughters opted to have Daddy be there when she woke up after having her appendix removed.
This month my column is for men. I love men. I think they are fabulous and I want to address them.
A very frustrated, highly capable, ex-COO for a Fortune 500 and Ph.D. in psychology friend, declared to me this week: “being ‘gender neutral’ is being MALE”. I roared laughing. She was so spot-on; it was hilarious, right up there in the top rankings of the ‘sad but true’.
Three steps that you can take to begin to think differently about how we measure employees.
Last month in my column entitled “The Male Measuring Stick”, I talked about measuring performance at work, and how we are only measuring 50% of our leadership capability, given that we are measuring our leadership capability against an exclusively masculine model.