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 controversy, too. Among the women leaders discussed are Sharon Bowen, new Chair of the Board of NYSE; Amanda Gorman, poet and activist; and Liz Cheney, Congresswoman and member of the House Select Committee. Listen to this podcast to hear how the women chosen show the leadership qualities of vision, courage, focus, collaboration and communication. Who are your picks? And why did you pick them? We’d love to know and we may highlight them, too! Send your selections to Leslie@Circleleadership.com.
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