WiNfluence is back after a short summer break. Are you feeling overwhelmed by the amount of content out there? Let WiNfluence curate the content for you. Each week I will share a few interesting links I have come across in order to share more content with WiNfluence readers. The information is not necessarily something I’m endorsing but links that I think are thought provoking and warrant a further look.
Check out this week’s interesting links.
How Not To Fall Victim to “The Motherhood Penalty" - InPower Women by Dana Theus. Dana provides some great advice on how to overcome the penalty of motherhood in the workplace. A must read for any mom in the workplace.
Research Says: Women in Leadership Don’t Automatically Promote Women Company-Wide - InPower Women by April Sweazy - This study shows that women’s equality is not a woman’s issue, it’s a cultural issue. More women in leadership positions within a company doesn’t automatically mean more women being promoted.
The Art of Business Networking - InPower Women by Dana Theus. Dana presents a new way to think about networking and a new definition of success for your networking efforts.
Be Your Best Self In Organizational Culture and Leadership - InPower Women by John Keyser. John makes a compelling argument for women keeping to their own natural leadership competencies and not changing into leadership qualities of men to succeed.
Research Says: The Language Power of Female Leadership - InPower Women by April Sweazy. April offers some great advice on turning powerless language into powerful language.
Do you have any interesting links you’d like to share with WiNfluence readers? Pick one thing that inspired you this week and post the link in the comments section below.