This is the second part of our two-episode conversation with three leaders whose stories were featured in The Collective Wisdom of High Performing Women: Leadership Lessons from the Judy Project

Last time, we discussed the origin and objectives of the Judy Project and Collective Wisdom. We also explored how others perceive success and ambition in both men and women, the impact of gender on our guests’ careers, and the evolving characteristics of successful leaders. You can listen to Part 1 here.

In this episode, Colleen Moorehead, Beth Wilson, and Shelly Lazarus return to discuss:

  • The value of diversity in the workplace
  • Biases and blind spots that men may not recognize
  • Advice for young women entering the workforce today
  • The challenge and opportunity of re-invention
  • The power of storytelling

Colleen Moorehead is the Chief Client Officer at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Beth Wilson is the Canada CEO of Dentons 

Shelly Lazarus is Chairman Emeritus and former CEO of Ogilvy

You can find more episodes of Building Bridges here.

SKYBRIDGE ASSOCIATES

At SkyBridge, we believe that big challenges can only be addressed successfully by building trust and asking great questions. We are passionate about designing and leading distinctive executive communities, where members identify and discuss powerful questions that shape their organizations, their industries, and their careers.

Contact | Podcast

TESTIMONIALS

"I have found [the network to be] quite helpful, not only to discuss issues of common interest, but also to develop personal friendships which enable me to call my counterparts at various firms."

“Thank you for the insightful questions and discussion leadership in our meetings. I am always able to learn new perspectives and come away from the meetings with new ideas to try out in real world situations.”

“I have enjoyed every meeting I attended and must tell you that the quality and professionalism of those meetings were exceptional.”

“Once again, this forum got me thinking about different ways to approach my job and I think most others find it helpful in the same way.”

© 2019 SkyBridge Associates, LLC. | SkyBridge Associates is a U.S. Registered Trademark | SkyBridge Associates LLC is not affiliated with SkyBridge Global, Inc. See Terms of Use