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Lessons Learned from Women in Executive Leadership Roles

Lessons Learned from Women in Executive Leadership Roles

Update: 2021-12-15
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Women are a force to be reckoned with in the workplace. They are strong, determined, and highly focused. Research has also shown that Fortune 500 companies with a high representation of women on their boards regularly outperform those that do not. In fact, The number of women holding the position of CEO in 2021 at Fortune 500 companies is at an all-time high. Current statistics 29% of all senior management roles, globally, are fulfilled by women, and 87% of global businesses have at least one woman in a senior management position. So what are some of the unique lessons from the challenges women face in these executive positions?

Danielle Lavallee Wasson is a Performance and Accountability Leader who has several years in executive and leadership positions. Danielle has a very unique insight into the challenges that women face in executive roles. Danielle joins Rich and Maikel on this episode of Mainline Executive Coaching ACT to discuss the lessons we can learn from women in leadership roles.

danielle@dlwasson.com

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Lessons Learned from Women in Executive Leadership Roles

Lessons Learned from Women in Executive Leadership Roles

Rich Baron and Maikel Bailey