Category: Red Chair

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Leading Requires Us to Know Ourselves

As John Maxwell has said, ” true leadership cannot be awarded, appointed, or assigned. It comes only from influence, and that cannot be mandated. It must be earned. The only thing a title can buy is a little time, either to increase your level of influence with others or to undermine it.” Influential leaders have…
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Leading Requires Courage . . .

. . . to know who we are and how we want and need to be so that we can lead ourselves and others well. In 2019, women in leadership, parity, inclusion, diversity and other related topics continue to be researched, written and strategized about. Depending on our perspective, we see them as systemic opportunities,…
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Red Chair: Leadership Immersion for Women

Red Chair: Leadership Immersion for Women is a strengths-based leadership program designed for mid-career women formally leading or preparing for a leadership role. This program is for you if you have a sincere desire to understand who you are, how you ‘show up’ and where you can grow to fulfill your purpose as a woman…
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Red Chair: Leading Courageously with Passion

I am making my way through Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead. For those of you who have read it, you know that she talks about vulnerability as the corner-stone of courage building, a requirement for creativity and innovation, and where love, belonging and joy begin. As a woman who leads, what does it mean to…
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Why Join Red Chair?

Over the holidays, I read Michelle Obama’s book Becoming. I was struck by her candor and her stories. Her definition of “becoming” resonated with me. “For me, becoming isn’t about arriving somewhere or achieving a certain aim. I see it instead as forward motion, a means of evolving, a way to reach continuously toward a…
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