Her Circle Leadership Newsletter - February
Featured Blog Post from Her Circle Leadership Founder, Leslie Grossman
Hello February 15th!
I am starting a new holiday which occurs the day after Valentine's Day. It's called Love Yourself Day. Women need this holiday more than any other holiday. (But you men, should participate, too.) No need to give or get gifts, flowers or chocolates. Here's how we celebrate it. You start the day of Feb. 15th by saying (or writing) to yourself an affirmation like "I love myself because I am.........."
Then you write a list of all the things that make you who you are. The headline for the list is: "I love myself and will take care of myself because of all these reasons." Here's a few ideas: Write a long list (at least 12 - 35 things that you like about your personality, your body, your face, your hair, you abilities, the way you treat others, what you do every day to thrive and to survive, about the role you play with your family, friends, neighbors or even strangers. Maybe in your career, too. You get the idea. Save it and put it under your pillow and read it every morning for the rest of February and see what happens to YOU! Be sure to let me know by writing to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
--Leslie Grossman, Founder, Circle Leadership
Her Circle Leadership Founder Leslie Grossman Holds the George Washington University Executive Women's Leadership Program - Spring Program
April 6 - April 8, 2022
While gender diversity is recognized as a hallmark of the most successful organizations, studies - including “Women Rising: the Unseen Barriers” reported in HBR* - reveal that gender bias continues to exist in most organizations. This program will provide participants with transformational communication skills, executive presence, and powerful leadership strategies while transforming mindset and behaviors that may hold women back from both contributing fully and moving up in the organization.
Propel your career forward with this highly interactive 3-day program presented by The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership. Designed for women leaders in the private and public sectors who aspire to positions of greater influence and impact or have been identified as high-potential in their organizations, this breakthrough program will provide new strategies and tactics for you to take the lead and succeed at higher levels.
Whatever the organizational climate, key actions and behaviors learned in this program will create better leaders:
Leading with vision and purpose
Building trusted relationships and influential networks
Language, voice, and leadership presence
Powerful conversations to build trust and ensure accountability and engagement
Negotiate with skill and ease
The mindfulness of confidence
The courage to lead, speak up and be heard
Participants will have the opportunity to network and build community with guest speakers and participating women leaders throughout the three days.
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