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Women’s leadership

“Great communicators are made – they’re not born,” executive coach Stanley Zareff told NEW Summit Speaker Series attendees, April 12, 2017.
This edition of the annual NEW Leader magazine examines the fast-moving changes in our workplaces, featuring the personal stories of millennials, male champions of women’s leadership and women of color working in the retail and consumer goods industry.
“Confidence is not something you’re born with — it’s a muscle we have to use,” talent leader Grace Killelea told online attendees during the year’s third NEW Summit Speaker Series webinar, March 8, 2017.
The Network of Executive Women laid the foundations for an exciting new future in 2016, according to the newly released NEW Annual Report 2016.
NEW partner organizations dared to #BeBoldForChange for International Women’s Day, March 8, calling for a more gender-equal world with speaker events, leadership development and online gatherings.
When Dr. Carol Greidner — a single mother and molecular biologist at John Hopkins School of Medicine — received the call that she had won the Nobel Prize, she was folding laundry.
Imagine you had the opportunity to sit down with a senior executive and get the straight-up truth about what it takes to stand out as a leader in today’s highly competitive workforce.
"No matter what kind of person you are, you can always change substantially," talent developer Mary Walter told online attendees during the first NEW Summit Speaker Series webinar of the year.
"Leadership is the ability to see a problem and be the solution -- but you have to get that solution done through other people," Amy Alt, senior category account executive, Procter & Gamble, told online attendees during the NEW Leadership Academy webinar, Dec. 8, 2016.
In line with stubborn stereotypes, "many employees really do view assertive women in leadership as bossy," according to new research from executive coaching firm Skyline Group Inc.