By Jennifer McCollum on January 2, 2019
My path to uncovering one of my biggest discoveries last year was unlikely. I was on a self-directed sabbatical to help define exactly what I wanted out of my next role… little did I realize that all of the wisdom that I needed was already available in my own network.
By Jennifer McCollum on December 20, 2018
When I arrived at Linkage, a few of my colleagues were surprised to learn that a woman had been chosen as CEO for the first time in our 30-year history. The truth is, I was surprised, too–not that I had earned the job, but that I had even put myself in the running. Sometimes, self-doubt can get in the way of what’s possible.
By Kerry Seitz on November 29, 2018
#LinkageWIL may be over, but we can’t stop talking about it! We’ve compiled three of the most inspiring moments from this year’s Institute here. Take a look and then tell us: what inspired you?
By Susan MacKenty Brady on November 20, 2018
I gave the opening keynote at #LinkageWIL last week. I shared my own journey of self-awareness and what I have learned about the hurdles that women uniquely face in the workplace. Despite giving this talk hundreds of times before for audiences of varied sizes, this one was different. Here’s why.
By Kerry Seitz on November 19, 2018
We’ve wrapped up the fourth and final day of Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute! Here, we’re bringing you memorable moments from our last day together.
By Kerry Seitz on November 14, 2018
The excitement continues to build here in Phoeniz and the energy among the 900 leaders joining us is palpable! Here are highlights of Day 2!
By Susan MacKenty Brady on November 8, 2018
If we want to get more of what we want, we must start by looking at how we might be getting in our own way. The name of the game is self-awareness and self-management—and it starts with each of us.
By Sarah Breigle on October 23, 2018
In this excerpt from Mastering Your Inner Critic and 7 Other High Hurdles to Advancement, author Susan MacKenty Brady addresses one of the seven hurdles to advancement that women leaders face: Proving Their Value. In this excerpt, she answers: How can we stop doing so much, still prove our value–and achieve our goals?