Courageous Leadership for Women
Denise Caspersen, ASA; Melissa Miller, CARSTAR
Women make up almost half of today's workforce—a significant jump from past decades. This means women have more opportunities to shape organizations in a meaningful way, whether they are mid-level managers or top-tier executives. But developing this influence takes skill, persistence, persuasiveness, and most of all, courage. Courage is what gives strong women leaders their backbone. It's what enables them to accept challenges, overcome obstacles, inspire others, and drive the bottom line. Learn: why courage is essential to human and organizational success; real-world examples of courageous women at work; strategies women can use to be more courageous at work; how women can inspire more courageous behavior among those they lead.