Looking for a great podcast on Global Talent, look no further as HBR has one featuring: Sylvia Ann Hewlett and Ripa Rashid of the Center for Work-Life Policy. These are authentic women sharing their research. In fact, their candor in discussing the growing achievement gap, developing markets and the blank slate phenomena was inspiring. When you think about your organizational talent pool globally, or your recruitment programs, it’s no wonder you are left scratching your head when you think about legacy models that aren’t working to keep ambitious and committed women at large organizations. It’s a must listen, reflect and learn.
Many of us are highly committed, ambitious and entrepreneurial in nature. We seek meaningful work that allows us to unleash our gifts all the while contributing to our local, global and physical communities. We desire work that allows us to fly.
So thank you, to all the women in my positive conspiracies of change (deceased and/or alive) –as you have been and continue to be my mentors. I’ve forever grateful. Don’t fret, I am too investing paying it forward through my circles of influence and look forward to continuing to build these bridges and opening these doors for generations to come.