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We Need Women Leaders From the Sandbox to the Corner Office: Valuable Leadership Lessons EveTahmincioglu,columnist/blogger, MSNBC.com and MSN.com WOMEN CEOS Where are all the women? Why? Good Ol’ Boys Network : Discrimination, both conscious and unconscious

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We Need Women Leaders

From the Sandbox to the Corner Office: Valuable Leadership Lessons

EveTahmincioglu,columnist/blogger, MSNBC.com and MSN.com




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Why?

  • Good Ol’ Boys Network: Discrimination, both conscious and unconscious

  • History: It’s just how it’s always been

  • Uninspired: Women just don’t want it

  • Fear: Women don’t think they deserve it

  • Mommy Track: Family obligations weigh heavily on women


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How do women leaders make it to the top?

My research:

  • “From the Sandbox to the Corner Office” - interviewing 55 men and women top executive, 40 percent women.

  • Long-time contributor to the New York Times “Boss” column.

  • Writer for BusinessWeek, St. Petersburg Times, Women’s Wear Daily, UPI, Time

  • “Your Career” columnist for MSNBC.com


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This is what they don’t do

1. They never ask for help.

2. They are unable to block out

negative vibes and allow people to

bring them down.

3. They are unable to sing their own praises.

4. They are lazy. They expect other people to put in the long hours so they can look good and take time off.


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The Fantastic Four

  • Mentoring

  • Positivity

  • Self cheerleading

  • Workhorses


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HELP!

MENTORING:

They seek out and accept help


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Mary Callahan Erdoes, CEO, JP Morgan Private Bank

Christie Hefner, former CEO of Playboy


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Don’t bring me down

POSITIVITY:

They have the ability to block out negative vibes and naysayers


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Linda Dillman, former CIO of Walmart

Christine Jacobs, CEO Theragenics


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Toot your horn

SELF CHEERLEADING:

They learned how to sing their own praises and ask for what they deserve



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It was never too hard

WORKHORSES:

They put in the hours, the blood, sweat and tears to make it happen



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And finally…

The bad word?

AMBITION!


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Eve Tahmincioglu

  • MSNBC.com Your Career columnist

  • CareerDiva.net blogger

  • MSNBC.com Your Biz blogger

  • MSN Startup columnist for BusinessOnMain.com

    Email: [email protected]


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