Cassidy Hutchinson & the Seven Tenets of Women Leaders
Cassidy Hutchinson, the woman who stunned the nation earlier this week with the information she shared about that day in infamy, January 6, 2021, was also stellar in the way she told her story. Leslie Grossman walks through why and how she made such an impact. She has all the tenets that are taught in the Her Circle Leadership program.
The New Leadership Coaching Program from Leslie Grossman
After years of providing one on one and group programs for women’s leadership across the country, Leslie is moving to providing business coaches with her tool box for success for women’s parity and confidence in gaining access to their leader roles. You will not want to miss some of the tools, and the establishment of the need to provide these tools for all coaches to use as they assist women grow.
15 on Leadership: Courage in Leadership
Courage is under fire in Ukraine. Margareta Kull, founder of Kull Leadership in Sweden and author of the new book, The Courageous Leader, dissects the internal thought process of the most courageous leaders and how Ukraine's President Zelensky exhibits it, and inspires his followers - the Ukrainian People - to also show amazing courage
Leslie Grossman & Christine Merser Talk the Strongest Women Leaders Of 2021
Leslie Grossman, founder of Her Circle Leadership, and Christine Merser, Leader of Blue Shoe, each show up at the Circle Leadership table with three picks for the strongest Women Leaders of 2021. You may be surprised at their picks with some controversy, too. Don’t miss this podcast to hear how the women chosen show the leadership qualities of vision, courage, focus, collaboration and communication. Who are your picks? And why did you pick them. We’d love to know and we may highlight them, too!
Leslie Grossman Chats with Stephanie Cartin & Courtney Spritzer
Circle Leadership launches our podcast series with Inner Circle members Stephanie Cartin and Courtney Spritzer, partners & creators of Entreprenista League and Socialfly.
15 on Leadership: Join Biz Organizations
Part 3 of the 3 Part Series: Join Biz Organizations
Activate your leadership with 2 organizations where you can connect, grow your Circle, contribute and learn! Join and get active!
15 on Leadership: Relationship Building
Part 2 of the 3 Part Series: 3 Actions to Boost Your Career or Business
Action 2: Build one relationship each week for the next 6 weeks.
No one succeeds alone. Listen to this podcast for a strategy sure to
grow your Circle of Influence.
15 on Leadership: Gold Medal Ledearship
Want to achieve your goals? Listen in for 15 brief minutes, and learn the actions Allyson Felix took to become the most decorated track and field athlete in Olympic history.
15 on Leadership: LinkedIn
Part 1 of a Series: "3 Actions to Take now to Boost Your Career or Business"
Action 1: Brand YOU with LinkedIn
Your LinkedIn profile is your Personal Billboard! Listen in and learn from Leslie and Christine how to make LinkedIn your most accessible marketing tool!
15 on Leadership: Pause
Most of us move so fast, we don't realize that power comes from taking a PAUSE: ie. pausing in a conversation before we respond to another person's comments; pausing to think before reacting to bad news or circumstances we can't control. Listen in to learn more about the Power of Pause.
15 on Leadership: Effective Communications: Powerful Conversations
15 on Leadership: Project Confidence on Zoom
Want to look and sound like a leader on Zoom or your favorite video conference platform? Leslie shares several easy actions we each can take to communicate executive presence and upgrade our effectiveness at meetings. Learn more about executive presence by watching Presence Guru Amy Cuddy TED Talk or read Cuddy's insightful book Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges It's in my library!
15 on Leadership: Identify Your Vision
Today's 15 minute podcast is for everyone who wants to define success on their own terms. Listen in and hear why and how identifying your personal vision will get you what you want in your career and in your life. Don't miss it!
15 on Leadership: The (Un)Apologetic Leader
Leslie and Christine talk about why most women apologize so frequently. How does it impact our confidence? How do we stop apologizing and become unapologetic leaders?
Listen to our podcast to learn all of the above and then check out this helpful tool - Just Not Sorry!
~ Leslie Grossman
15 on Leadership: Break Gender Habits that Hold Women (or you) Back
Leslie and Christine discuss 4 new habits women need to adopt to get promoted earlier and more often. Habit 1: Speak up and ask open ended questions to decision makers.
For example: What do you need to see me do more of to be promoted to...(name of role).
Listen in for more tips and questions to ask to move forward fast!
15 on Leadership: Women and Courage
Don't miss this defining discussion around courageous women, not the kind of courage like jumping from a plane, but rather the courageous moments of going outside the safety of life without fear
15 on Leadership: HBR on Gender Traits in Biz
Leslie Grossman highlights the Harvard Business Review Report on Women VS Men as leaders in the workplace. Mind-boggling. Who knew that women score higher than men in inspiration? Don't miss Leslie's 15 on Friday, where every Friday you get a basket of info that will make you think about options and the tools in your leadership toolbox.
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15 on Leadership: Glass Cliff; The New Glass Ceiling
The glass cliff, where women are given CEO positions because the likelihood of success is slim to none, is worth exploring. Fifteen minutes will give you the overview.
15 on Leadership ... As a leadership coach, advisor and instructor of executive women's leadership at George Washington University, there's so much I want to share with women all over the world. So what I'm doing is giving you 15 minutes worth of ideas and actions to solve the most current leadership challenges women face. Join me and Christine Merser, Blue Shoe Content's leader, every Friday for new insights. - Leslie Grossman