Women Leadership

Women's Leadership In The Spotlight

Gender parity in leadership is important because true progress cannot happen without a diversity of perspective in leadership roles.

When women hold more executive leadership positions, their companies are more profitable: companies in the top-quartile for gender diversity on executive teams are 21% more likely to outperform the national average.

To me, leadership is not about necessarily being the loudest in the room, but instead being the bridge, or the thing that is missing in the discussion and trying to build a consensus from there.

Fearlessness is not the absence of fear. It’s the mastery of fear. It’s about getting up one more time than we fall down.

Taking initiative pays off. It is hard to visualize someone as a leader if she is always waiting to be told what to do.

In my opinion, if women and gender-expanding people want to run for office we can’t knock on anybody’s doors, we have to build our own house.

If you can find something that you're really passionate about, whether you're a man or a woman comes a lot less into play. Passion is a gender-neutralizing force.

Fight and push harder for what you believe in, you’d be surprised, you are much stronger than you think.

Trusting your gut is like a muscle. The more you do it, the stronger it gets.

Leadership is hard to define, and good leadership even harder. But if you can get people to follow you to the ends of the earth, you are a great leader.

Indra Nooyi (Former CEO, PepsiCo) Tweet

The big secret in life is that there is no big secret. Whatever your goal, you can get there if you’re willing to work.

You don't have to be famous to live out your own red carpet moment.