Sally Helgesen, cited by Forbes as the premier expert on women’s leadership, is a bestselling author, speaker, and coach.
Moreover, she also ranks sixth among Global Gurus’ top 30 leadership thinkers and is recognized for her transformative influence on organizational cultures.
Additionally, co-authoring with executive coach Marshall Goldsmith, her book “How Women Rise” quickly topped charts and sold rights in 15 languages.
Furthermore, Marshall Goldsmith, a double Thinkers 50 Award winner for #1 Leadership Thinker, holds top spots as Executive Coach and Business Thinker.
With 36 books, including three NYT bestsellers, his works sold 2.5M+ copies across 12 countries. Amazon.com hails “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” and “Triggers” in their Top 100 Leadership Books.
“To bring attention to your work, you have to take responsibility”
– Marshal Goldsmith and Sally Helgensen
In a special two-part EO Wonder Podcast episode, Kalika engages with authors Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen, known for their book “How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job.”
The conversation further revolves around the distinctive behaviors exhibited by women that influence their career trajectories.
Moreover, the main takeaways underscore the importance of women taking initiative and assuming responsibility for their work, stepping up when required, and effectively showcasing their accomplishments and values.
Additionally, the discussion sheds light on the prevailing gender dynamics within organizations, where women are often recognized and promoted for their precision and correctness, on the other hand, their male counterparts receive recognition for their audacity, visionary thinking, and willingness to take calculated risks.
Join Dr. Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgensen on Youtube.
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