A Heads Up About Keeping Your Head Down

  I facilitated a workshop this past week for women executives from ADP at The Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College. Before the workshop, a survey was sent out by The Athena Center in order to determine some of their barriers to advancement. The results were not surprising and are representative of professional… Read More.

Are You Leaning In Or Hanging On?

Are you “leaning in” or hanging on? That’s the question addressed in this recent New York Times Article. According to the article, many women (and men) with children under 18 would much rather have flex time and/or work less hours than have the corner office and more responsibilities. “Unaccounted for in the latest books offering… Read More.

What We Can Learn From Introverts About Building Influence

  Many women I coach have said to me I can’t self-promote because I’m an introvert. I don’t know how to build relationships within the workplace and therefore it’s challenging for me to get the visibility I need to advance. My radio interview with Jennifer Kahnweiler last week was an eye-opener. Jennifer is the author… Read More.

How Would You Like To Be Perceived?

  Executive presence is important for anyone who is seeking to move to a leadership position. Why? because people need to see you as a potential leader; as someone who has the potential to take on more responsibility and grow professionally. What you may not know is that you have control over the way you… Read More.