She offers three key tips:. Transparency encourages greater communication, team building and leadership. Find a mentor and be a mentor; seek out other women at your level; and accept the strength, ideas and energy your connections have to offer. It is no longer necessary to blaze trails alone, and women have more power than they may realize.
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According to a Dow Jones report, startups with five or more female executives have a 61 percent success rate. Women tend to distrust powerful women, and men may view women as weak or too collaborative and sensitive. Take a firm stand on something you care about deeply and rally the organization around that objective. Debora McLaughlin is internationally acclaimed for her executive and business coaching and consulting with the Renegade Leaders of Fortune corporations, privately-owned businesses, and non-profits.
A driven leader in her own field, she empowers CEOs, managers, business owners, and leadership teams worldwide to become influential leaders who ignite organizational performance and positively affect business results. Plus enjoy the learning modules for each chapter and video training's to support you on your reading journey.
Every CEO needs a recipe for success. Th e Renegade Leader provides the key ingredients which, combined with passion and drive, create the spark to ignite high performance in any individual or organization. Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Patrick M. Management Tips. Harvard Business Review.
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