There is a growing phenomena of women helping and supporting other women in their careers, something men have done for much longer. In this second excerpt of the May 2, 2014, episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, I chat with Michelle Patterson, President of The California Women’s Conference, about how men and women have approached supporting each other differently in the workforce, how motherhood is an excellent crucible for leadership skills, and entrepreneurial leadership.
Women are learning from the success men have achieved by being each other’s cheerleaders and are begining to support each other’s goals more and more. In this excerpt, Michelle talks about this growing trend.
We also chat a little bit about how motherhood is an excellent crucible for developing leadership skills, as well as the important trend of women opening new businesses and its affect on women leadership.
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