Manage episode 277081603 series 2816060
Dr. Linda L. Moore is a licensed psychologist practicing in Kansas City, Missouri. She is President of Linda L. Moore and Associates, which offers individual and group therapy, executive coaching, management consulting, and presentations for organizations and associations around the country. Dr. Moore writes and publishes on women and power, leadership, and stress management.
Books/Resources by Dr. Linda Moore
- Dr. Moore's Website
- Book - Release from Powerlessness: Take Charge of Your Life
- Book - What’s Wrong With Me? Maybe Not That Much
- Book - Your Personal Stress Analysis
Quotes from This Episode
- "Many years ago, Dr. Rosabeth Kanter wrote a book called Men and Women of the Corporation...The most profound takeaway from that book is nothing will change until there are greater numbers of women in corporations and that we will continue to be discriminated against and not taken seriously until numbers increase. I think we're experiencing that increase in numbers."
- "My basic message to women leaders, whether they're looking at college presidencies, or whether they are wanting to run an organization is, 'please if there's one thing I want you to do it is to stop being nice.'"
- "So my common comment is, there is no such thing as balance, quit trying to achieve it. It will never happen and instead, work toward the concept of an integrated life."
Resources Mentioned in This Episode
- Men and Women of the Corporation by Rosabeth Moss Kanter
- Article: The solo woman in a professional peer group
- Scholar: Deborah Tannen
- Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success by Adam Grant
- The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure by Lukianoff & Haidt
- Managing Transitions by Bridges & Bridges
- Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership by Bolman & Deal
- A Simpler Way by Wheatley & Kellner-Rogers
- The Introvert Advantage: How Quiet People Can Thrive in an Extrovert World by Laney