By Kerry Seitz on October 31, 2018
We’re looking forward to welcoming the recipients of Linkage’s Women in Leadership Executive Impact Award to the stage at our largest-ever Women in Leadership Institute™ in Phoenix, AZ. They recently sat down with us to share some timeless leadership wisdom.
By Kerry Seitz on October 26, 2018
Soon, we will welcome 900 leaders to Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™ in Phoenix, AZ. This year’s event is sold out! We’ll be hosting our largest cohort of women leaders ever in the Institute’s 20 year history. Here are five reasons to get excited.
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?
By Maria Auperin on September 19, 2017
For the third year in a row, Linkage is proud to return as a Community Partner to TechWomen, which brings together women leaders in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields from twenty countries in Africa, South and Central Asia and the Middle East.
By Rita Buscher Kulis on November 11, 2015
Thank goodness I took a lot of notes at Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™ because between the seven keynotes, five competency sessions, four days of learning team work…I learned a lot!
By Rita Buscher Kulis on November 6, 2015
This happens every year. It seems like you blink and it’s Thursday, the final day of our Women in Leadership Institute™.
By Rita Buscher Kulis on November 3, 2015
I’ve been fortunate enough to meet hundreds of leaders at our Women in Leadership Institute™ over the past four years. I relish in the opportunity to find out what motivates them…
By Bill Springer on October 20, 2015
Are you “developing” leaders for shortsighted goals or “forming” them for the long term?
By Bill Springer on September 17, 2015
“When we really engage white male leaders in diversity and inclusion efforts,” says Bill Proudman, “It frees up women, people of color and those of different nationalities from the fatiguing work of helping and coaching white men to understand their world, and that of others.”
By Bill Springer on September 9, 2015
Things are simply more intense in the C-suite. There’s more pressure. There’s more riding on the decisions that are made. The skills required to lead leaders and deliver growth and bottom-line results can be contradictory, and as the old adage says, “It’s lonely at the top.”