Rayona Sharpnack at Best Practice Institute
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Biography

I have been working on the front lines of gender equality, which I call Gender Partnership, for more than 25 years. My first trainings, offered under the aegis of The Institute for Women's Leadership (IWL) focused on teaching women the skills and ATTITUDES needed for leadership. That was in 1991.

By the time 1995 rolled around, I realized that my super-talented graduates weren't going to get the upper-level jobs they were now qualified for unless we trained the men working with them to recognize and appreciate their talents and support their advancement. So we began offering CO-ED programs, both off-site and in-house -- and things began to change.

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Trade Up: 5 Steps for Redesigning Your Leadership and Life

Learning Session | Published: May 06, 2013

A leader's most important job is to reveal and shift the boundaries of peoples' thinking; starting with our own. Igniting and sustaining context shifts will be the most important leadership competency of the 21st century. Governments, multi-national corporations and not-for profit agencies have al...
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