Tag Archives: network

#HBR: The Authenticity Paradox in Leadership

Should you be transparent about your feelings and challenges? Should you be cautious, and strategic in your leadership persona? Such a paradox, in a world that claims to love authentic leadership! Authenticity is a double-edged sword, building trust and breaking it down, depending on how we perform our true selves. According to Hermania Ibarra, in […]

GOOD NEWS: NEW NON-PROFIT COALITION OF DOCTOR LEADERS CONNECT TO FIGHT CANCER

Entrepreneur Sean Parker creates $250 million network of 300 scientists and 40 labs to ‘solve’ cancer by studying how our bodies can heal themselves through immunotherapy. Great minds gathering together to think innovation, across disciplines and using technology to connect, not silo ideas. Now THAT’s collective leadership! (excerpt from the Washington Post article) In designing […]

Behind Every Great Woman, Is a Primary Care Giver?

Originally posted on The HSM Blog:
by Emma Birchall, Head of Research, Future of Work Not a particularly catchy phrase is it? Yet, it was perhaps the loudest message to attendees of a recent conference on gender in the workplace. The delegates, predominantly 20- and 30- somethings, were treated to a line up of some…

Building a Power Network: Leading Up, Leading Down, Leaning In!!

The old maxim that networking equals success has been proven over and over again. It’s especially important for women and other under-represented groups to network, because we tend to have less privilege and more to prove. Kathy Caprino, Forbes blogger, offers some good advice on mentoring, networking and power. Good networking includes active mentoring, sponsorship […]

Occupy Sandy: The 99% Offer Political and Practical Leadership

Reblogged from the Huffington Post: Occupy Sandy (an offshoot from Occupy WallStreet) uses social networks for grassroots relief Kudos to Lucas Kavner, whose well-researched article demonstrates the maturity and contemporary leadership initiatives growing out of the Occupy Wall Street movement. In a world where twitter and facebook are powerful forces to share the shallow and […]