COVID-19 is surging again and there are debates about wearing masks in public and social distancing. There are tensions with bringing racism, unconscious bias, Black Lives Matter, and social justice all to the forefront of our consciousness. And of course, we are in an election year in a country that has never been more divided.
I love the concept of GRACE. Sure, grace is mentioned in all major religions, but I’d like to talk not about its divine meaning, but rather a secular meaning and … Read more
Do you consider yourself a leader? Many women are quick to answer no to that question, especially if they aren’t employed in a traditional leadership role. It might surprise you to hear that I see you as a leader.
As we all settle into week #5 of social distancing and self-quarantine, think about everything that has happened and changed around you. Social distancing, flattening the curve, the way … Read more
Syracuse’s sorority, Alpha Gamma Delta, celebrated it’s “Week of Purpose” with an opening talk about leadership, empowerment and resilience. Women from the entire campus were encouraged to attend and many … Read more
“We have to recover the art of making ourselves central,” said Gloria Steinem addressing more than 6,500 women at the 6th annual Massachusetts Conference for Women earlier this month. The … Read more
Leadership appears in our everyday lives when we engage with our children, spouses, friends and colleagues. Leadership is present when we attend social functions and do our jobs as homemakers, … Read more
Women are formally stepping into leadership roles more than ever before. But the truth is, women have been leaders in their families, communities, and businesses all along. According to Martha … Read more