By Susan MacKenty Brady on June 21, 2017
In honor of Father’s Day, and as I depart on my latest professional excursion—this time to Japan—to advise (mostly male) executives on the advancement of women leaders, I have been reflecting on being raised by a single father, and how this unique aspect of my personal story has impacted my style as a woman leader and my approach to my profession.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on March 10, 2017
We’re confused about the difference between having it all and doing it all. We can have it all, and the only way to sustain your “all” is to be sure that you aren’t doing it all. Period. Easy, right? Well apparently, not so much.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on November 8, 2016
It’s true: organizations need to address the factors that keep women from advancing. And, it’s also our job as leaders to do our part. This short video offers a look at the seven hurdles that could be getting in your way—and how you can shift your thinking—starting now.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on September 28, 2016
Overcompensating, over-delivering, doing it all ourselves, taking on too much… sound familiar? When we do this, we don’t leave room to step back and acknowledge that we need help. We also miss an opportunity to equip those around us with the knowledge that they need to learn and grow (and alleviate some of our burden along the way).
By Susan MacKenty Brady on July 14, 2016
If we don’t ask for what we want, can we really keep complaining that we’re not getting it? The journey starts with a moment to moment choice, and with recommitting to yourself—each and every day. It’s all about progress, not perfection.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on May 24, 2016
Can you answer the question: What’s next on the horizon for me? If not, it’s time to pause to get clarity. How can we expect more women in positions of leadership unless we raise our hand and say: “This is what I want!”
By Susan MacKenty Brady on April 13, 2016
The reality is: what we think and feel drives what we say and do. When we veer off course, we create unintentional impact that can have big implications on our professional growth and leadership brands.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on March 4, 2016
Bias is all around us. We are taught about our limitations as women from the moment of birth. Over the course of my career, I have assumed a few things that simply don’t serve my own journey of professional growth. Some have even limited my leadership impact and progression within my organization.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on December 7, 2015
I must confess. I was the eye of my own storm just three days after my keynote address at our Women in Leadership Institute.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on November 20, 2015
A trusted network is your most important asset.