PHOENIX, Ariz., Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- sageCrowd, the online social learning network for personal & professional development, announced that Gloria Feldt Take the Lead Women Channel is open for advance registration.
Take The Lead channel offers women concepts and skills to help them move into leadership roles. The lessons are based on Feldt's book 'No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power' and on programs developed for the Take The Lead Women movement (www.taketheleadwomen.com) which she co-founded in 2013. Feldt is a popular public speaker, former CEO and professor at Arizona State University.
"We're excited to announce the Gloria Feldt Channel on sageCrowd," said Sean Sears, co-founder and Chair. "Leadership parity between the sexes is one of the great shifts required for our society to evolve. Gloria is a brilliant writer and leader who's dedicated her career to making this parity real. We're honored to be selected to play a role in accelerating this change."
Take The Lead's mandate is to teach leadership skills, build women's networks (online and offline) and drive change to reach gender parity in leadership and pay by 2025. The organization is launching Take The Lead Challenge on February 19, 2014, at Arizona State University. The program, which features notable women speakers representing business, media and academia, is available free, livestream everywhere.
"We're so pleased to be part of sageCrowd's social network. It's a great way to teach women everywhere the concepts and skills developed for 'No Excuses' and the Take The Lead movement," said Gloria Feldt. "One of our key mandates at Take The Lead is to connect and inspire women to embrace their "power to" take leadership roles. What's wonderful is that sageCrowd's social tools and groups let women connect and create synergy wherever they are."
SageCrowd is an online social learning network focused on personal and professional development. The platform is based on the principles of social learning and the neuroscience of memory and formation of positive habits. SageCrowd works with leading personal improvement authors - where each author hosts their own learning channel on sageCrowd's network. It publishes monthly teachings in a way designed to make learning new ideas and skills fast, easy and entertaining. For more information visit www.sagecrowd.com.
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