Founder quoted in SpiritualityHealth.com – Executive Leadership Training for Women
Sioux (Founder) here. When Margaret Jaworski invited my contribution on the topic of healthy female friendships, I was pleased. As an unabashed feminist, I care a lot about women supporting women and the kind of executive leadership training for women that creates this mutual support.
True power invites collaboration, and is the springboard to meaningful relationships. We emphasize connection in our top-rated executive leadership training for women, Executive Presence for Women. Some women want to practice retaining their power while in the presence of other genders, so I also advocate women empowerment through our all-gender trainings, The Executive Presence Training (for groups) and The Executive Presence Workshop (public single-seat executive leadership training for women option).
“The power of—and power in—female friendships is making headlines of late due in part to another kind of power: the power of celebrity. There’s Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers, Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, Oprah and Gail and even Taylor Swift’s Girl Squad. Supportive, mutually respectful and collaborative, these friendships are a refreshing and welcome rebuke to the long held stereotype that women and girls are in constant competition and jockeying for power and attention at one another’s expense.”
Check out Margaret’s interesting article and my contributions about female friendships here.