GC4W Thought-Leadership Contributor

Inclusion and Belonging: Sisters, Not Twins

Inclusion and Belonging: Sisters, Not Twins By Dr. Beth Kaplan Kondonijako, GC4W Thought Leadership Contributor Diversity, inclusion, and belonging are often grouped together in an effort to encourage fairness in today’s workplace. Inclusion and belonging, in particular, are usually exchanged for one another. In fact, upon hearing that I was writing my dissertation on “Belonging in the Workplace,” one of…

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Building Hope and Grit for Leaders

By Janice Perkins, GC4W Thought Leader The tension between hope and grit – what happens when resilience isn’t enough for today’s leaders? It’s been a buzz word the past two years. Resilience. If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s that successful leaders must be resilient. At this point, all I hear is blah blah blah resilience like…

Control is an Illusion, and How we satiate control

Control Is An Illusion By Janice Perkins, GC4W Thought-Leadership Contributor Control is an illusion. How do we satiate our need for control in a prolonged crisis? We have a basic human need for stability, predictability, certainty, and consistency. Looking back over the last two years, all four of those things have been removed from most of our daily lives due…

Your Power Day & Getting the Most Out of Your Week

Your Power Day & Getting the Most Out of Your Week By Francesca Vuillemin, GC4W Thought-Leadership Contributor In astrology each day is ruled by a different planet which then brings a certain theme, energy and feel. Knowing which day is ‘Your Power Day’ will be a GAME CHANGING experience in planning out your schedule so that you can make the…

Meet the GC4W Thought Leadership Contributor

GC4W Introduces Its First Cohort of Thought Leaders The Global Connections for Women Foundations would like to introduce GC4W Thought Leaders, a group of women leaders across various industries whom our community can look to for personal and professional advice. GC4W seeks to uplift the voices of our leaders and connect them with our community as resources and role models.…