Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

From Amazon Woman to Feminine Presence

In the eighties, women flooded the male-dominated workplace and had to prove themselves man enough for the job. In order to succeed, they had to play the game and often felt they had to copy men’s behavior. Women even dressed the part with padded shoulders, pant suits, certain kind of haircut, a neck scarf. One […]

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The Masculine/Feminine Bugaboo

A recent reviewer of my book questioned whether women have innate feminine qualities and disagreed that there are inherent differences in the sexes. This was in response to my call to action to women to embrace their more feminine qualities, to see themselves as leaders and that feminine skills like empathy, inclusion, collaboration, care are […]