The Twelve Behaviours That Hold Women Back

In her book, How Women Rise, leading authority in women’s leadership, Sally Helgesen, explains that what may have brought women to their current successes will actually hold them back from further advancement. In this article, we shares the twelve behaviours that hold women back that Delaney learned during a lecture, at which Sally Helgesen discussed what she has learned from her over 30 years as a leadership coach and researcher of women’s leadership.

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Delaney Tosh
Retreat Recipes: Chocolate Energy Bites

A significant component of the Phoenix-Hearted Woman retreats is the concept of self-care and managing our energy for resilience. However, sometimes you just want a satisfying treat, something delicious, especially when you feel the ‘hangries’ are upon you. These chocolate energy bites provide a decadent, whole-food treat for sustained energy and cognitive functioning. They were an absolute hit at our spring Radiate Retreat!

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Retreat Recipes: Spring Garlic and Ginger Stir-fry

A significant component of the Phoenix-Hearted Woman retreats is the concept of self-care and managing our energy for resilience. Our Spring 2019 RADIATE Retreat featured a delicious stir-fry that was so popular we all had seconds.

Following Ayurvedic principles for a diet that aligns nicely with spring, this flavourful stir-fry is a shift from heavy, warming comfort foods of winter to the lighter fare of spring.

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What We're Reading

We share what we are currently reading and why we recommend you consider reading these, too. In this post we review two books: Monkey is the Messenger: Meditation & What Your Busy Mind is Trying to Tell You and Dare to Lead.

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Delaney Tosh
Resilience: What Is It and Why is it Crucial for Female Leaders?

Female leaders face a multitude of converging challenges and current leadership research into what has women thrive as leaders all indicate that resilience is a vital tool for for driving and sustaining successes in leadership.

The reasons resilience is viewed as crucial for women are fairly obvious – the pace and intensity of our working lives, societal pressures and gender bias, the …

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Delaney Tosh