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At the Wall Street Journal's inaugural Women In the Economy event, PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi talks to WSJ's Alan Murray about her career trajectory and the sacrifices she's had to make to get to the top.  (WSJ April 11, 2011)

May 10 2011
Mentoring and Breaking The Glass Ceiling--Ursula Burns
This week as we talk about the importance of mentoring and the need for more mentoring and sponsorship of women, we feature Ursula M. Burns, Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of Xerox.  She ascended to her present role in 2009 after being hand-picked by Anne Mulcahy, the former Chairwoman of Xerox. She is a first in many aspects, but more importantly she and Anne Mulcahy's position in history has created a powerful paradigm.Below is a series of videos where Ms. Burns talks about leadership, being CEO, and her mentor, Ann Mulcahy.  

Ursula Burns on being CEO and speaking about her mentor:




May 17, 2011

Liespotting by Pamela Meyer

"...moving from liespotting to truth seeking to trust building." --Pamela Meyer

More at:  http://www.liespotting.com

May 24, 2011

Chief Cathy Lanier's interview with Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International (AFCEA)

Chief Cathy L. Lanier is the Chief of Police of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C.  As the first woman to serve as the Chief of Police in the Nation’s Capital, she is a woman history maker.  She was named to her current position in 2006 by Mayor Adrian Fenty (2007 – 2011) and was confirmed by the District of Columbia City Council in January 2007.  Chief Lanier overcame obstacles, such as becoming a single unwed mother at age 15 and dropping out of junior high school, to become the “Top Cop” of the District of Columbia, a city with a population of a little over 601,000. 

In this interview, Chief Lanier talks with Robert Ackerman, Editor-In-Chief of Signal Magazine, and answers ‘Five Questions on  Leadership’.