Leadership lessons from women who faced their fears

03/11/2014 | Forbes

In recognition of International Women's Day, which was Saturday, it's worth studying the examples set by visionary women such as Lori Garver, who climbed through the ranks of NASA, and Julia Gillard, who was the first woman to be prime minister of Australia. Their examples illustrate the importance of speaking out, facing your fears and moving on from failure, writes leadership coach Margie Warrell. "Great leaders don't lead because of the power they have been given, but because of how they've used the power that's always resided in them," she writes.

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