The subject of women in leadership may not be new, but it continues to be one of the hottest topics in the news and social media today. From Princeton University professor Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of the widely discussed Atlantic article "Why Women Still Can't Have It All," to Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and champion of the "lean in" movement, women who appear to "have it all" are branded heroes, frauds and superhuman women unburdened by necessities like sleep. The intensity of these debates is especially fiery in the legal profession. My guest today speaks on the myths of women in leadership roles.
Jane Brown is the Managing Partner of Paine Hamblen (the firm's first female in that role), a multi-discipline law firm in Spokane, Washington, and is a BV-rated trial lawyer. She practices in a variety of litigation areas, including construction law, family law, estate litigation, and litigation involving business dissolution. To learn more about Jane and her work, visit: painehamblen.com.
Join Judy and Jane as they share Secrets of... Women in Leadership Roles on "Off the Record with Judy" Tuesday, July 22 at 2:00pm Eastern Time on www.ToginetRadio.com. Click on "Live on Air." Feel free to call in with questions and comments during the show at 866-404-6519Link to Article