From HuffPost Women author Lisa Earle McLeod is the article “Why Work-Life Balance Is a Flawed Concept (And What to Do Instead)”.
Work-life balance is a flawed concept. I don’t know a single successful person who feels like they have mastered the equation. Yet the myth of the perfectly balanced life haunts us. We know what it looks like: reasonable work hours, time for exercise and family, no late night project deadline scrambles, no checking email at 3 a.m., no propping yourself up with caffeine, no ruminating about work when you’re supposed to be “relaxing.” Read more here.
The 2014 Ketchum Leadership Communication Monitor (KLCM) researched the perceptions of over 6,500 people in 13 countries on five continents regarding effective leadership, effective communication and the intrinsic link between the two. It is no surprise to me that women scored higher than men on communication and other soft skills. To learn what Caroline Dowd-Higgins thinks about the results read “Why Organizations Thrive With Feminine Leadership“.