When the Aspen Ideas Festival brought 18 female leaders together to speak about the crux of leadership, a common thread emerged: Leadership comes from the heart. Each speaker presents her motivation, purpose and leadership lesson in a short, inspirational address. getAbstract recommends their collection of poignant personal stories to all aspiring and veteran leaders – men and women alike – interested in leading others toward a higher purpose.
About the Speakers
Pamela Reeves, a gender adviser to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, hosts 17 other female leaders from a diversity of fields including business, academia and politics.
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7 years ago#30DaysOfSummaries This brief article is easy to read, while it contains deep insight. Thanks for sharing.
7 years ago#30Daysof Summaries I totally agree that female leaders lead with their heart. And that alone makes them very different from male leaders. And I strongly believe it you juggle around, you get help, and its okay to get help. you can make it work for you.
7 years agoThe insights are powerful ...and I would think very relevant for all -man or woman......
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