INTERMISSION BLOG

The Presence of Women Leaders

Use silence. Don’t fear the pause, both when you are presenting or just speaking with a colleague.  As an Ariel facilitator, I have been privileged...

Presentation Skills 101: Hop Off The Monotone Monorail

The intention of “educating” or “informing” can be a one-way ticket to data-dump land, courtesy of the monotone monorail. You’ve just finished a...

5 Ways to Sell to Women

There has been much written about the communication styles of men and women and how misunderstandings and misfires can ensue. What hasn’t been said...

Stories from the Road: One Mom’s Journey to Working in New York

My initial thinking was – and I think this is true for a lot of women – “I can’t do this. I haven’t cashed a check in 11 years.” But with my friend’s...

LIVE BLOGGING FROM ATD 2016:#LeadLikeAGirl

Rather than “whine,” Byham encouraged the group to show why they deserve opportunities, and to be their own marketer and advocate in the workplace....

Ariel Outreach: The Power of Storytelling for African Women

The bonding human experience through storytelling — of struggle, integrity, difficult choices, and hope—amongst these women emerged as a strong river...

All Apologies: Women, Leadership & Presence

There’s a permission-based thing that happens to many women – “I can’t take leadership because I don’t have permission” – my question is, are we...

Women And Leadership: Negotiating With The Inner Critic

Wow, you are really unprepared. What makes you think you could do this?” “I’m sure they’ve already thought of that, it’s so obvious.” My name is Kate...

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