Favorite Ted Talks- All Women Should Watch
What happens when purpose and passion overshadow fear? These Fierce and Fearless women are outstanding leaders living their truth and sharing their wisdom to inspire others.
Casey Brown: Know your worth, and then ask for it
"No one will ever pay you what you are worth, they will only pay you what they think you are worth." In this powerful Ted Talk, pricing consultant Casey Brown shares wisdom, insight and tips to help you better communicate your value and get paid for your excellence! A TSC Must Watch for all business women.
Amy Cuddy: Your body language may shape who you are
Amy Cuddy, is a social psychologist and argues that "power posing" - standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don't feel confident - can boost feelings of confidence, and can have an impact on our chances for success.
So ladies, watch this and then show the world Your Power Pose!
Leila Hoteit: 3 Lesson of success from an Arab businesswoman
Professional Arab women juggle more responsibilities than their male counterparts, and they face more cultural rigidity than Western women. Leila Hoteit is an engineer, an advocate and mother in Abu Dhabi and through her experiences teaches us about tenacity, competition, priorities and progress. "Convert their 'Sh*t into your fuel".
In this powerful Ted Talk, Hoteit shares three lessons for thriving in the modern world.
Mellody Hobson: Color blind or color brave?
Mellody Hobson is a brilliant businesswoman and powerhouse leader. She is President and Co-CEO of Ariel Investments, the chairwoman of Starbucks Corporation and is also a Director of JPMorgan Chase. In this inspiring Ted Talk Hobson tell us to,"Be comfortable about the uncomfortable conversation about race".
She speaks openly about race — and particularly about diversity in hiring which makes for better businesses and a better society.
Brené Brown: The power of vulnerability
We Love Brené Brown! She is brilliant, funny and completely authentic. She is a researcher who studies human connection- our ability to empathize, belong, and love. She gets real and vulnerable and shares her insight and research about Shame. "We have to allow ourselves to be seen, to be really seen".
This is one of the most watched Ted Talk, ever, so even if you've seen it before, it's a good one to re-watch.
Paula Johnson: His and hers...healthcare
Paula Johnson says every cell in the human body has a sex, which means that men and women are different right down to the cellular level. Yet too often, research and medicine ignore this insight -- and the often startlingly different ways in which the two sexes respond to disease or treatment.
In this thought-provoking Ted Talk, Johnson says by lumping 'everyone' in together, "we essentially leave women's health to chance."
Pat Mitchell: Dangerous times call for dangerous women
Pat Mitchell is an Emmy-winning producer and pioneering executive in the media industry. She was the first woman president and CEO of PBS, has served as president and CEO of the Paley Center for Media and has focused on sharing women's stories. She is New York Times Besteller and activist but moreover, she has become a "dangerous woman".
She invites women to be more Fearless, Speak Up and Show Up for One Another!
Angela Duckworth: Grit: The power of passion and perseverance
Leaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York City public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn't the only thing separating the successful students from those who struggled. Here, she explains her theory of "Grit" as a predictor of success. "Grit is Passion and Perseverance for Long-term Goals". This is another must-watch Ted Talk.