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Leslie Grossman & Christine Merser Talk the Strongest Women Leaders Of 2021

Circle Leadership · Circle Leadership: Strongest Leaders of 2021   Leslie Grossman, women’s leadership advocate and founder of Circle Leadership, and Christine Merser, CEO of Blue Shoe Content,  show up at the Circle Leadership podcast table with three picks for the strongest Women Leaders of 2021. You may be surprised at their picks with some…

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Creating a Joyful Planet with Leslie Grossman

Patrice Tanaka, Founder, Joyful Planet Patrice Tanaka, Founder & Chief Joy Officer of Joyful Planet LLC, interviews people who are actively living their purpose and contributing to a more joyful planet. This interview spotlights Leslie Grossman, speaker, trainer, author, coach and advocate for women’s leadership development. PT:  Leslie, what I love and admire about you…

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Celebrate International Women’s Day and Impact Your Bottom Line

      “If you can see it, you can be it” – Elizabeth Marvel and Kim Ng   Leslie Grossman, Founder, Her Circle Leadership, and faculty director, Women’s Leadership, GWU-Center for Excellence in Public Leadership International Women’s Day is a global event aimed at highlighting the achievements of women around the world and a catalyst towards…

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The Courageous People of Ukraine Need Us. The World Needs Us.

Leslie Grossman, Founder, Her Circle Leadership, and faculty director, Women’s Leadership, GWU-Center for Excellence in Public Leadership My two-year obsession with COVID media updates has been replaced with an obsession on news about what’s happening in Ukraine.  I’m as upset about the war on this blooming democracy, as I was about COVID. It’s like groundhog…

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The Remote Work Revolution

Leslie Grossman, Founder, Circle Leadership Welcome to the Remote Work Revolution. Forces out of our control – the pandemic – moved us powerfully into this new world of work. Unless you are in a service business, like food, dining, leisure activity, retail, children’s education, etc. that require being live and in living color to do…

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How to Celebrate a Resilient Year (?)

Leslie Grossman, Founder, Circle Leadership I know. Some of you are saying: ‘How can you call 2021 a resilient year when it was 365 days of pandemic?” First, what you need to know about yours truly is that I am an optimist. I practice positive thinking. Thanks to my Dad Jack, who lived the word ‘optimist’ every…

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4 Ways to Thrive in 2021

Leslie Grossman Resilience is the word of the moment. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from difficulties, adversity, or crisis. We all need resilience to survive this pandemic and move forward, but resilience won’t guarantee that you will thrive. That’s why I prefer to replace the word ‘resilience’ with the word ‘recovery’. We need…

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Dear Governor Cuomo

Dear Governor Cuomo, Oh how you made us all feel better back last May, when we were searching for leadership that would show a disciplined approach to the most frightening of moments in our health history. We were hiding from COVID-19 and trying to protect our lives. Every night at 6 pm we were shouting…

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Are We Living in a Fairy Tale? Time to Close the Book.

Leslie Grossman, Faculty Director, Executive Women’s Leadership, The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership It’s been said by countless experts, that contrary to what many may believe, fairy tales are not good for kids.  Nor are they good for adults.  Fairy tales are stories that originally were not based on truth. Or were…

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Saying Good-Bye to A Woman of Courage

  Leslie Grossman, Faculty Director, Executive Women’s Leadership, The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership I thought Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) would live forever…. or so I hoped and prayed. She heroically fought off cancer since 2009. She was a significant person and lived a significant life.  Even her passing was…

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A Perfect World (POEM)

Peace, Unity, and Healing Mile   The Art Miles Mural Project A Perfect World Joan Wangler, ICF Master Certified Coach (written and published when she was about 9) Can you imagine a perfect world A world without any fear A world where only friendship thrives And hope throughout the year A world where there’s no question…

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Leadership in Action in a Crisis: Governor Andrew Cuomo

Leslie Grossman,  The Voice for Courageous Collaborative Leadership Among Women and Men In the midst of a crisis, we look to our leaders to enable us to endure and persist. I have been listening to Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York State speak at his daily press conferences addressing the Covid-19 pandemic. I have been…

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Women Leaders™

Leslie Grossman,  The Voice for Courageous Collaborative Leadership Among Women and Men Super-successful women leaders have learned to eliminate the good girl habits which rewarded them in their teens but stalled them in their professional lives. From research, executive coaching and experience I have identified the new habits that propel women forward to achieve their…

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#BetterforBalance. We’ll All Be Better For It

Cary Broussard, CEO, Broussard Global I want to accelerate gender equity practices in corporate management and in the boardroom. So I designed a course for NYU’s School for Professional Studies, where I’ve been an adjunct professor for several years. I collaborated with a young engineer, Brittney Cummins, who also teaches leadership skills to young women…

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