Women Who Care Leadership Womenar 2016

You are welcome to use these resources to re-write your leadership story and to anchor your leadership growth for 2017. Remember that you are the expert on you - and you have the power to choose differently. So go ahead, dare to begin.

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Keep your WWC Womenar Leadership Story Mudmap handy and work on the next small action you could take.

Mel Neil

Mel Neil

Womenar EI Slides

Website : MelNeil.com

Mel's recommended reading:

  1. Women in Leadership_EI_2008 (article)
  2. EI and Employee Engagement (article)
  3. Empathy Compassion Research (article)
  4. Paul Ekman - Emotions Revealed (book)
  5. David Caruso & Peter Salovey - The Emotionally Intelligent Manager (book)

Veronica's recommended reading:

  1. Amy Cuddy - Presence: Bringing your BOLDEST SELF to your BIGGEST CHALLENGES
  2. Gretchen Rubin - Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives
  3. Veronica Strachan - Breathing While Drowning: One Woman's Quest for Wholeness

I have a squillion other books that I'd recommend but these are the ones I mentioned on the day.

 

Cathy's recommended reading:

  1. Chip & Dan Heath - Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard
  2. Cathy Balding - The Strategic Quality Manager

Sandy Leggat

Womenar leadership 2016

Profile: Sandy Leggat

Sandy's recommended viewing:

  1. Kirk Vs Picard HERE

Anne's recommended reading:

  1. A good Tedx Talk - Inclusion, Exclusion, Illusion and Collusion : Helen Turnbull at TEDxDelrayBeach
  2. Key concepts, case studies and readings - gender-competent-leadership/genovate4.html
  3. Some thoughts from Avril Henry - what-feminism-&-equality-really-mean
  4. The effects of unconscious bias in the workplace - unc-white-paper-the-real-effects-of-unconscious-bias-in-the-workplace-Final
  5. The Victorian Governments recently released Gender Equality Strategy – an outcome of the Royal Commission into Family Violence and a good framework to have in mind - http://www.vic.gov.au/women/gender-equality/a-victorian-gender-equality-strategy.html.  This is high level and focuses on system change.  It does make reference to shifting embedded and harmful attitudes but doesn’t address unconscious bias directly.  The action plans and the Prevention Strategy currently being developed should do that.
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Thank you for being a part of our inaugural Womenar.

We hope to see you at another Women Who Care event in 2017.

The world needs you and your leadership.

So, we'll stay in touch and offer any help we can...

Website: www.womenwhocare.com.au

We'll let you know when the new website is up and the next event is booked.

Have a fabulous festive season.

Veronica & Cathy