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CCTV America’s “Full Frame” Host Interviews Leadership Expert Susan Colantuono
“Lessons on Leadership” episode hosted by Mike Walters will air on Saturday.
By: Leading Women
“Leading Women’s global reach and depth of knowledge on closing the leadership gender gap at the top of corporations were the reasons we were approached by CCTV America to participate in this episode,” said CEO, Susan Colantuono. “For more than ten years, we've worked with organizations in the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East to deliver leadership development programs for their high potential women and gender dynamics education for managers.”
In the interview, Colantuono shares her definition of leadership, defines The Missing 33%™ and discusses its importance in closing the leadership gender gap. The Missing 33% is the basis of Leading Women's latest research “Closing the Leadership Gender Gap: The Missing 33% and Conventional Career Advice to Women.”
This research identifies 11 pieces of career advice commonly appearing in books, blogs and articles directed toward women and their success. Analysis indicates that these 11 pieces of advice are focused on only 66% of the leadership success equation and are key success factors for the career transition from career-start into middle management. They miss the mark when identifying the critical differentiators for moving from the middle into senior and executive positions.
To read more on this episode, click here (http://www.cctv-
To view Colantuono presenting this research, watch this TED Talk (http://www.ted.com/
To download a copy of Leading Women’s research, click here (http://www.leadingwomen.biz/
About Leading Women
Leading Women is the premier solution provider for companies committed to achieving goals for women’s advancement. Utilizing proprietary research into talent development and gender dynamics as the basis for innovative solutions, Leading Women delivers unique insights, actionable tools and a business focus. To close the gender gap at the top of their organizations, executives, HR, Learning and Development, Diversity & Inclusion and IWiN* clients around the globe have deployed Leading Women's live, virtual and online solutions.
For more information, visit Leading Women (http://www.leadingwomen.biz/)
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Kelly Lockwood Primus