Women's Ignatian Leadership Salon
The "who," "how," "what," and "why" of the retreat:
Women = Leaders from across the University.
Ignatian = Taking time to reflect on personal experience to enhance self-awareness and insight.
Leadership = Influencing ability.
Salon = A gathering to "increase the knowledge of participants through
The goal is to strengthen leadership skills and confidence through personal
reflection, small group conversation, and peer support.
So Few (Academic) Women Leaders
The 10 Worst Stereotypes About Powerful Women
Women Leadership Styles
23 Traits of Good Leaders
Men or Women: Who's the Better Leader?
I Don't Need an Ivory Tower (or an Office)
A Job Description Is Just the Start
When Running a Meeting, Speak Last
To Succeed, Fly Like a Bumblebee
Eat Your Sushi, and Expand Your Horizons
On Mutual Accountability
Culture, Ethnicity, Race, Sexual Identity, Socialization
African-American Female Leadership Styles
Gay and Lesbian College Presidents Go Public With Web Video
So We Leaned In... Now What?
The Most Undervalued Leadership Traits Of Women
The Power of Talk
The Women Who Do It All But Don't Have It All
Female Academics Dress Masculine in Order to be "Taken Seriously"
How Much Personal Information Should You Share at Work?
How to Promote Women in Leadership Roles
Maximizing the Performance Review
Moving the Needle: Increasing the Number of Women College Presidents
Possible Path to Closing Pay Gap
The Baby Penalty
Trust Rules: The Most Important Secret About Trust
Women and Academic Leadership: Leaning Out
Is being assertive at work harmful for your career?
5 Reasons it's So Hard to Give Tough Performance Feedback
Magis-Driven Heroic Leadership is a Daily Personal Pursuit
Seven Lessons from Pope Francis - not for Catholics only!
Pope Francis Reveals Top 10 Secrets to Happiness
Real Engagement with Ignatian Spirituality in the Professoriate
Spirituality and the Professoriate (A National Study)
Recommended Reading by Saloners
Approaching Balance in an Academic Life
Executive Women, Finding (and Owning) Their Voice
Men Had Their Chance
Fostering Women Leaders: A Fitness Test for your Top Team
5 Things Women Leaders Should Stop Doing