Advice From Women Who Lead

Today, there are 104 women serving in the United States Congress, 29 female heads of government or state around the world, and 23 female CEOs in the S&P 500. But there are many more women leading important global and US institutions and initiatives, changing business models and transforming lives. From journalists to social advocates to business leaders, women are leading in their own ways and on their own terms. What do these leaders have on their minds? What can we learn from them? And what do they have to share with the next generation of leaders – women and men alike? Join us to listen to the advice that women who lead have for leaders everywhere.

(Ticketed Event)

Festival: 2015

Watch and Listen: Leadership

One of five finalists for the inaugural John P. McNulty Prize, Jordan Kassalow, VisionSpring, New York. A successful... See more
President Bill Clinton speaks about the impact of global philanthropy, the progress being made around the World, and... See more
William Mayer, chairman of the board of trustees of the Aspen Institute, offers the big idea of "your gift" at the... See more
Conventional decision-making techniques that helped leaders succeed in the past no longer work, largely because... See more
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Many believe there is a leadership deficit in the US. CEOs turn over rapidly, with large payouts drawing public outcry... See more