Women Lead Blog
Have you ever looked someone up on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Google when you’re thinking about doing business with them? Lots of people do. If someone looked you up, what would she find?Read More
Susan Fowler discusses a different approach to leadership!
There is little doubt that pay inequities exist between men and women. In fact, women in California who work full-time are paid substantially less than men – a median 84 cents for every dollar men earn, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report in 2015.Read More
With Shawn Marie Turi we’re going to uncover some of the frustrations women experience when dealing w/ other women who might not share the philosophy that together we are SO much more!
We’ve all encountered them: horrible leaders. They lack empathy and humility, offer a vague vision of the future and are slow to adapt to change. But we all know – and love – good leaders when we meet them. Like horrible leaders, their characteristics boil down to attitudes that anyone can adopt.Read More
This week, we will be speaking with Karen Dietz, the author of “Business Storytelling for Dummies” and an expert on story telling.
Anabella Bonfa has a unique view on law and how she views the legal profession. She will share her viewpoint on trade secret & business law tips!
One of my favorite girl power songs, which makes me feel ready to tackle even my biggest challenges, is Demi Lovato’s “Confident.” She sings it with a “don’t mess with me” attitude that makes me feel like a powerful, confident business leader. Demi sings, “So you say I’m complicated, but you’ve had me underrated. What’s wrong with being confident?”Read More
Danielle Moore will give us insights into the trailblazing program, the Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council (WILC) that Fisher & Phillips supports within in their company and how the initiative promotes and encourages the advancement of diversity in the legal profession and other businesses.
Debbie Wright will share her personal, unique story of discovery and the courage it takes to compete in an aggressive male industry.