Curious about how many blogs are out there about women’s leadership?
Here’s good news: there are thousands!
Here’s even better news: we’ve selected a top 10 list to save you from sorting through blogs yourself. Ranging from motivational speakers, accomplished and witty working women, all the way to a successful businessman and father, there is a link here for everyone.
Below is our list of top women’s leadership blogs:
# 1 – The Way Women Work
Originally from the Middle East, Rania Anderson has lived, traveled and worked in countries all over the world. She offers women’s leadership advice and current events in a direct, neat and easy to use layout. Check out her article 3 Things Ambitious Women Want to Know to better grasp how Rania incorporates her experiences abroad with the professional woman.
#2 – 20-First
The world’s leading gender diversity consultancy that works with companies to tap into “100% of the market and 100% of the talent pool” through making the work environment more gender balanced. Their blog offers insight into sexism and how to overcome the traditional, male dominated structure of the office.
#3 – Kontrary
Rebecca Healy works in landing marketing startups. She has published articles focused on how to be a successful woman in the NY Times, Forbes, LA Times, US News & World Report and The Wall Street Journal, among others. She includes opinions on trending topics such as This American Life’s “Serial”. Her personal blog features all of these articles in a streamlined list.
#4 – InPower Women
A network of professional men and women dedicated to rewriting the narrative on leadership by promoting women in the office in particular. Blog posts are written by anyone who has an opinion and/or a compelling, articulate argument. What’s great about this blog is that if you read something that strikes a chord, it is very easy to reach the writer.
#5 – Womenetics
Women + Kinetics: A growing team of advancing women leaders emphasizing that an increase in women’s leadership is the answer to improving businesses. Blog content is through the lens of the modern, ambitious woman seeking in-depth career advice. Browse the impressive list of partners involved with the group right side of the home page.
#6 – Penelope Trunk
Founder of four start-ups, Trunk’s career and leadership advice is informative, personal and entertaining to read. She should probably be writing novels or doing stand-up on the side with the way she can connect effortlessly with her audience. She bluntly discusses her emotions about beginning or leaving careers and the braveness that it requires. Does her work look familiar? It probably does, as her career advice runs in over 200 newspapers.
#7 – Women Working
Helen Lerner addresses the concerns of contemporary women with her astounding credentials backing her up – an author, TV host, Emmy Award-winning executive producer and Fortune 500 workplace consultant. She covers a wide array of women’s issues, from breaking barriers to building relationships and self-esteem.
#8 – YWomen
The former Director of Diversity Strategy for The Coca-Cola Company, Jeffery prides himself on advancing women and engaging men in women’s leadership issues. He connects with leaders at all-levels to create sustainable change and impact through his presentations and workshops. To better understand his motives and beliefs, read 10 Simple Things Fathers of Daughters Can Do to Advocate for Women to better understand his motives and beliefs.
#9 – Lindsey Pollak
A motivational women’s leadership speaker geared to attracting millennials facing challenges in the work environment. Lindsey speaks to college campuses around the country and provides articles on her blog targeted specifically to young professionals. She often uses a sympathizing tone since a lot of work places are not as fashion forward or technologically savvy as their youngest employees and suggests many ways the entry level youngins can influence the office.
#10 – Nisha Moodley
Nisha devotes her life to supporting ambitious women in “finding true freedom in their lives so they can rise to the next level of leadership.” She posts about the power of believing in yourself and how to unlock your potential professional success.
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