COMMON WANTS/DESIRES OF DARING FEMININE LEADERS
Connect with Other DFL's, Share Your Voice, Create Collaboration,
Ask for Support, Learn to Better Lead Self/Others/Visions
WHO ARE DARING FEMININE LEADERS?
* Females (gender-identified)
* Generally over 50
* Leaders of/in small to mid-sized organizations (500-5,000 employees or volunteers) OR
* Founders of their organization (non-profit or for-profit) or have worked their way up thru the ranks
and hold an executive level of leadership
* Spiritually awakening or awakened and/or with a high degree of Emotional Intelligence
* Feel passionate about having a highly positive impact in their organizations and communities
* College-educated, often with advanced degrees
WHAT CHALLENGES DO DARING FEMININE LEADERS FACE?
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ARE YOU (ASPIRING TO BE) A DARING FEMININE LEADER?
Learning, embracing, and more masterfully implementing the touchstone qualities of Feminine Leadership*
WHAT IS DARING FEMININE LEADERSHIP?
Leading Your Self (FIRST) – Developing emotional self-regulation. Setting and maintaining healthy boundaries. Engaging in regular self-care practices that keep mind and body healthy and at optimal functioning. Leading by example. Knowing/ acknowledging and improving your weaknesses. Owning your strengths and unique gifts. Giving from your overflow, not your cup.
Leading Your Teams/Others – Modeling the attributes of self-leadership. Modeling daring leadership (the courage of being vulnerable as a strength. Questioning and changing the status quo vs. following it. Calling out inequity, bullying and toxicity. Creating nurturing, supportive systems and modeling feminine leadership qualities.* Giving praise and acknowledgement vs. seeking praise and approval. Building trust and collaboration vs. secrecy and competition. Coaching others to become their best selves and reach their true potential.
Leading Your Vision – Envisioning and building a thriving organization with a strong, supportive and diverse culture. Finding ways to make a contribution personally, through your teams and with your organization to positively impact your community and beyond. Claiming more than just equal participation in outdated and harmful systems—rather, transforming those systems to make them more just, more compassionate, more diverse, more innovative, and more sustainable. Leaving a legacy of impact you’re proud of.
COMMON INNER STRUGGLES OF DARING FEMININE LEADERS
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