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What Makes a Courageous Woman?

by Sandra Ford Walston Courageousness isn’t just about bold action.  It’s about what you do when you’ve been passed over for a promotion or you’re told you’re “too” …strong…bright…aggressive.. (pick the word.) Women face this all the time. Courageous women … Continue reading

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Two Female Approaches to Workplace Abuse

by Sandra Ford Walston Bec’s “courage style” won her several good project manager and engineering jobs and contracts, but it also lost her at least one or two lucrative job opportunities. While working at an aerospace corporation, Bec experienced the stress … Continue reading

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Having Courage in Career-Defining Moments

by Sandra Ford Walston Every obstacle you face at work represents a potential career-defining moment. Your character may be tested. You can choose to step up to the next rung on the ladder or, lacking sufficient courage, slip back down. … Continue reading

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