By Sheila Ronning, CEO & Founder of Women in the Boardroom
There was a time, not too long ago, when women were told that in order to get ahead, they should act like men. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Granted, there is a lot we can learn from men, and of course, there is a lot that men can learn from women but women are every bit as capable as men. In both my work and life, I strive to help women find their best ‘them’. Not only am I passionate in helping uncover their strengths but being able to help them craft a plan to reach their goals and then seeing it happen is pure bliss.
Women need to also realize that until we start collaborating and supporting one another, we will not get ahead. I believe in this so strongly that I make sure everyone knows that if you are not a woman who helps other women, you are not welcome at Women in the Boardroom.
I’ve been so pleased to be able to share my personal story of overcoming struggle and gaining strength from those around me. I hope that some of my recent interviews will inspire other women to persevere both personally and professionally. I encourage you to listen to these interviews with Women Taking the Lead, All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett, The Female Red Zone & Women Lead Radio.
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