Consider a world where leadership is a way of being rather than a role, regardless of your arena or milieu.

Imagine leadership being about meeting people where they are and supporting them in their journey rather than ramming ‘your way’ down their throats.

What if being ‘led’ felt like being part of a tribe, where you contribute and grow and look back on the experience as something you can’t wait to do again.

Women have had to wear a masculine mask for far too long to make their footprint in the corporate world – but during that time, they also quietly emerged as leaders in arenas where corporate means nothing, and yet their contribution to the world on the micro and macro levels is massive, because women, and how they lead when they are their authentic selves, are creating worlds and experiences that are, and have been, shifting the sands of the business landscape.
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Emerging from a fascinating, challenging and immensely satisfying corporate career, I find that the leadership skills we discover and hone on our journeys evolve and shift as we tread new paths, regardless of the arena we choose to show up in. Join me on WebTalkRadio as we discover the ins, outs and in-betweens of Women Who Lead!