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Gill Whitty-Collins on Strengths-Based Leadership & How to make Gender Inequality History

Gill Whitty-Collins on Strengths-Based Leadership & How to make Gender Inequality History

43min |29/04/2021
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Your Path to Success with Ruth Kearns Wollmann

Gill Whitty-Collins on Strengths-Based Leadership & How to make Gender Inequality History

Gill Whitty-Collins on Strengths-Based Leadership & How to make Gender Inequality History

43min |29/04/2021
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Gill Whitty-Collins is a Consultant, Board Chair, expert in business & Brand building and former Senior Vice President at the consumer goods giant P&G where she led the Beauty Care business in EMEA. She is also a self-confessed "Gender Equality warrior" and published author of the book published author of the book "Why Men Win at Work." 

In this interview Gill talks about some of the personal leadership lessons she learned during her successful 26-year career at P&G, and what drove her to take a stand to make gender inequality history.

Listen on to hear more about:

  • The "umbrella theory," why women need to be savvy about the fact that their work doesn't just "speak for itself," and the need to make your work visible and include your boss in the team. 


  • How the confidence-competence equation often plays to women's disadvantage and the power of understanding your strenths and leading from your "confident core"


  • How gender equality is in everyone's interests, is everyone's responsibility, and what you can do about it.


Gill covers these and other topics in more detail in her book "Why men win at work."

You can buy it via the link below:

https://www.booksetc.co.uk/books/view/-9781913025625

You can find out more about the Clifton Strengths Finder tool mentioned in this podcast at gallup.com/cliftonstrengths 

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Gill Whitty-Collins is a Consultant, Board Chair, expert in business & Brand building and former Senior Vice President at the consumer goods giant P&G where she led the Beauty Care business in EMEA. She is also a self-confessed "Gender Equality warrior" and published author of the book published author of the book "Why Men Win at Work." 

In this interview Gill talks about some of the personal leadership lessons she learned during her successful 26-year career at P&G, and what drove her to take a stand to make gender inequality history.

Listen on to hear more about:

  • The "umbrella theory," why women need to be savvy about the fact that their work doesn't just "speak for itself," and the need to make your work visible and include your boss in the team. 


  • How the confidence-competence equation often plays to women's disadvantage and the power of understanding your strenths and leading from your "confident core"


  • How gender equality is in everyone's interests, is everyone's responsibility, and what you can do about it.


Gill covers these and other topics in more detail in her book "Why men win at work."

You can buy it via the link below:

https://www.booksetc.co.uk/books/view/-9781913025625

You can find out more about the Clifton Strengths Finder tool mentioned in this podcast at gallup.com/cliftonstrengths 

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Gill Whitty-Collins is a Consultant, Board Chair, expert in business & Brand building and former Senior Vice President at the consumer goods giant P&G where she led the Beauty Care business in EMEA. She is also a self-confessed "Gender Equality warrior" and published author of the book published author of the book "Why Men Win at Work." 

In this interview Gill talks about some of the personal leadership lessons she learned during her successful 26-year career at P&G, and what drove her to take a stand to make gender inequality history.

Listen on to hear more about:

  • The "umbrella theory," why women need to be savvy about the fact that their work doesn't just "speak for itself," and the need to make your work visible and include your boss in the team. 


  • How the confidence-competence equation often plays to women's disadvantage and the power of understanding your strenths and leading from your "confident core"


  • How gender equality is in everyone's interests, is everyone's responsibility, and what you can do about it.


Gill covers these and other topics in more detail in her book "Why men win at work."

You can buy it via the link below:

https://www.booksetc.co.uk/books/view/-9781913025625

You can find out more about the Clifton Strengths Finder tool mentioned in this podcast at gallup.com/cliftonstrengths 

Description

Gill Whitty-Collins is a Consultant, Board Chair, expert in business & Brand building and former Senior Vice President at the consumer goods giant P&G where she led the Beauty Care business in EMEA. She is also a self-confessed "Gender Equality warrior" and published author of the book published author of the book "Why Men Win at Work." 

In this interview Gill talks about some of the personal leadership lessons she learned during her successful 26-year career at P&G, and what drove her to take a stand to make gender inequality history.

Listen on to hear more about:

  • The "umbrella theory," why women need to be savvy about the fact that their work doesn't just "speak for itself," and the need to make your work visible and include your boss in the team. 


  • How the confidence-competence equation often plays to women's disadvantage and the power of understanding your strenths and leading from your "confident core"


  • How gender equality is in everyone's interests, is everyone's responsibility, and what you can do about it.


Gill covers these and other topics in more detail in her book "Why men win at work."

You can buy it via the link below:

https://www.booksetc.co.uk/books/view/-9781913025625

You can find out more about the Clifton Strengths Finder tool mentioned in this podcast at gallup.com/cliftonstrengths 

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