Jo Miller is creator of the Women’s Leadership Coaching® system, a roadmap for women who want to break into leadership positions.
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It's well known that women are under-represented in C-suite leadership positions, but some fascinating statistics have recently come to light. The Washington Post has reported that "the median female CEO made $13.1 million in 2016, compared with $11.4 million for the median male CEO." And we should expect to see this trend increasing. Jo spoke to Leah Kinthaert of TechX365 to speculate about factors that might be contributing to this ...
“Sponsors are influential leaders who can open the door to new career opportunities, like promotions and coveted assignments,” said Jo Miller, Founder of Be Leaderly, a career strategy firm. “Mentors guide you as you navigate everyday hurdles in the workplace. While mentors help you skill up, sponsors help you move up.” Continue reading Kaytie Zimmerman’s article, Stop Telling Millennial Women to Find a Mentor, for Forbes.com....
Employees may believe that they’re capable of a different or more advanced role, but many are unsure of how to demonstrate that potential, says Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching and editor of BeLeaderly.com. These workers often benefit from so-called “stretch assignments” — or projects that push them beyond their usual assignments. “Raising your hand for a stretch assignment is an ideal way to show you’re capable of more ...