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Women S Leadership quotes by Tabby Biddle
#1. When girls see women in leadership roles speaking out for what they believe in, they see it is possible for them, too. Instead of a faraway dream, their aspirations become real, concrete and achievable. Womanhood starts to look more inviting. #Quote by Tabby Biddle
Women S Leadership quotes by Greg Mortenson
#2. When women take charge, things start to get out of control really fast. #Quote by Greg Mortenson
Women S Leadership quotes by Tom Robbins
#3. You dig me, don't you? A little boy, he can play like he's a fireman or a cop #Quote by Tom Robbins
Women S Leadership quotes by A.S. King
#4. The boys on the front had magazines with pinups, and they talked about how one day they would score women like that, but they're kids. They don't know what love is. Here they learn what hate is, and I am so sad that they might never know love because hate came first. Maybe they will miss out on having a woman like you, and I feel sorry for them. #Quote by A.S. King
Women S Leadership quotes by Joanna Runciman
#5. Consider the impact of your personal care choices on our health, water supply and our wider environment. #Quote by Joanna Runciman
Women S Leadership quotes by Jaycee Ford
#6. Never be someone's filler chapter. #Quote by Jaycee Ford
Women S Leadership quotes by Stacy Hawkins Adams
#7. The door wasn't closing. Shiloh's spirit opened up as she considered the possibilities. #Quote by Stacy Hawkins Adams
Women S Leadership quotes by Latrivia S. Nelson
#8. After marriage, a woman's sight becomes so keen that she can see right through her husband without looking at him, and a man's so dull that he can look right through his wife without seeing her. #Quote by Latrivia S. Nelson
Women S Leadership quotes by C.S. Lewis
#9. Long before history began we men have got together apart from the women and done things. We had time. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Women S Leadership quotes by Heidi Joy Tretheway
#10. Maybe some people think we're too different, but maybe we're not," Joshua said. "Maybe we're two sides of the same coin."
"Like, 'You complete me'?" Melina asked, snickering. She couldn't resist quoting the corny line.
"No, not like that," Joshua said. "Like, you challenge me. You get me fired up. We're like steak and horseradish."
"That's such as dude thing to say," Melina laughed. "What am I?"
Joshua grinned devilishly. "The hot one, of course! #Quote by Heidi Joy Tretheway
Women S Leadership quotes by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
#11. Would you like to come in?" I said. My hands were sweaty. Inside my chest an ocean heaved and crashed and heaved again.
"I would," he said. I saw his Adam's apple jerk as he swallowed. "Thank you."
I was distracted by that thank you. We had moved past the language of formality long ago. It was strange to relearn it with each other. #Quote by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Women S Leadership quotes by Carolyn G. Heilbrun
#12. Marriage, in short, is a bargain, like buying a house or entering a profession. One chooses it knowing that, by that very decision, one is abnegating other possibilities. In choosing companionship over passion, women like Beatrice Webb and Virginia Woolf made a bargain; their marriages worked because they did not regret their bargains, or blame their husbands for not being something else--dashing lovers, for example. But in writing biographies, or one's own life, it is both customary and misleading to present such marriages, to oneself or to one's reader, as sad compromises, the best of a bad bargain, or scarcely to speak of them at all. Virginia Woolf mentioned that she, who is reticent about nothing, had never spoken of her life with Leonard. but we know that she said of him that when he entered a room, she had no idea what he was going to say, a remarkable definition of a good marriage. Such marriages are not bad bargains, but the best of a good bargain, and we must learn the language to understand and describe them, particularly in writing the lives of accomplished women. #Quote by Carolyn G. Heilbrun
Women S Leadership quotes by Lee Smith
#13. If Strength comes through Suffering, why then I should be the strongest of all women, yet I am the weakest. God help me. Help me. #Quote by Lee Smith
Women S Leadership quotes by C. JoyBell C.
#14. Women waste so much time wearing no perfume. As for me, in every step that I have taken in life, I have been accompanied by an exquisite perfume! #Quote by C. JoyBell C.
Women S Leadership quotes by Victor Malarek
#15. The U.S. government decided it would become the world sheriff. No one forced it to take on the role. Yet ever since it strapped on its six-guns, the actions of its senior deputies have trivialized the process by rewarding recalcitrance. The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act was an extraordinary opportunity to promote actions that could save the lives and health of many women and girls. That opportunity has been largely squandered. #Quote by Victor Malarek
Women S Leadership quotes by Ruth Brandon
#16. Obduracy can be overcome by determination. More insidious, and far harder to destroy, was women's internalizing of the notion that they were somehow inferior to men, a complementary species designed (in W.R. Greg's words) to 'complet[e], sweeten, and embellish the existence of others'. [Women] still chose to become nurses rather than doctors, secretaries rather than bosses: to be ill-paid facilitators for people no more talented nor, in many cases, better educated than themselves, but who simply happened to be men. The notion that they might be their bosses' equals penetrated only very slowly; the possibility that they might even be their superiors, though accepted in theory, has perhaps still not wholly sunk in. #Quote by Ruth Brandon
Women S Leadership quotes by Thomas S. Monson
#17. Some are young people who don't know who they are, what they can be or even want to be. They are afraid, but they don't know of what. They are angry, but they don't know at whom. They are rejected and they don't know why. All they want is to be somebody. #Quote by Thomas S. Monson
Women S Leadership quotes by T. S. Eliot
#18. The world revolves like ancient women, gathering fuel in vacant lots. #Quote by T. S. Eliot
Women S Leadership quotes by C.S. Lewis
#19. So that the one road for which we now need God's leadership most of all is a road God, in His own nature, has never walked. But suppose God became a man ... He could surrender His will, suffer and die, because He was a man ... #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Women S Leadership quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#20. To all the women I say, don't ask to be saved by anyone, "my brave baghinis" (tigresses). Remember, if you deem yourselves as sheeps, men will treat you as such, but if you deem yourselves as tigresses, then you are the ones who will shape humanity. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Women S Leadership quotes by Sabrina Newby
#21. I have never seen an ugly woman. #Quote by Sabrina Newby
Women S Leadership quotes by Maria Cantwell
#22. In my state, two women who came to the U.S. as 'mail-order brides' were killed by abusive husbands. They had risked everything to come to this country, and it cost them their lives. We must let women know they have options. #Quote by Maria Cantwell
Women S Leadership quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#23. Men need women. Women need men. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Women S Leadership quotes by Anne Schroeder
#24. I write so that my handful of pebbles, cast daily into still waters, will produce a ripple. #Quote by Anne Schroeder
Women S Leadership quotes by Susan   Mallery
#25. That‟s because we don‟t have any weaknesses. We‟re perfect."
She rolled her eyes. "Give me a break. If you‟re so perfect, how come your gender hasn‟t figured out a way to have children on yourown. Then you could free yourself from the weaker sex. #Quote by Susan Mallery
Women S Leadership quotes by Barbara Delinsky
#26. Confrontation is what happens when you are less than honest and you get caught. #Quote by Barbara Delinsky
Women S Leadership quotes by Lucy H. Pearce
#27. If we are to be women in power, then it must be power on very different terms. we have to find a new source of energy. New structures of power. Ones that don't deplete us or our environment. We need to run our lives on sustainable energy. #Quote by Lucy H. Pearce
Women S Leadership quotes by Imam Shah
#28. No woman deserves to be disrespected; to be beaten up, to be called bitches or sluts. Assaulted or insulted. Even if she's a hooker. #Quote by Imam Shah
Women S Leadership quotes by Claire Cook
#29. Honest, hopelessly romantic old-fashioned gentleman seeks lady friend who enjoys elegant dining, dancing and the slow bloom of affection. #Quote by Claire Cook
Women S Leadership quotes by Kathryn Schulz
#30. As all this suggests our relationship with evidence is seldom purely a cognitive one. Vilifying menstruating women bolstering anti-Muslim stereotypes murdering innocent citizens of Salem plainly evidence is almost always invariably a political social and moral issue as well. To take a particularly stark example consider the case of Albert Speer minister of armaments and war production during the Third Reich close friend to Adolf Hitler and highest-ranking Nazi official to ever express remorse for his actions. In his memoir Inside the Third Reich Speer candidly addressed his failure to look for evidence of what was happening around him. "I did not query a friend who told him not to visit Auschwitz I did not query Himmler I did not query Hitler " he wrote. "I did not speak with personal friends. I did not investigate for I did not want to know what was happening there... for fear of discovering something which might have made me turn away from my course. I had closed my eyes."

Judge William Stoughton of Salem Massachusetts became complicit in injustice and murder by accepting evidence that he should have ignored. Albert Speer became complicit by ignoring evidence he should have accepted. Together they show us some of the gravest possible consequences of mismanaging the data around us and the vital importance of learning to manage it better. It is possible to do this: like in the U.S. legal system we as individuals can develop a fairer and more consistent rela #Quote by Kathryn Schulz
Women S Leadership quotes by Christina Strigas
#31. Karma is the best bitch around. #Quote by Christina Strigas
Women S Leadership quotes by Garth S. Jowett
#32. Source credibility is one contributing factor that seems to influence change. People have a tendency to look up to authority figures for knowledge and direction. Expert opinion is effective in establishing the legitimacy of change and is tied to information control. Once a source is accepted on one issue, another issue may be established as well on the basis of prior acceptance of the source. The analyst looks for an audience's perceived image of the source. How does the audience regard the source? Are the people deferential, and do they accept the message on the basis of leadership alone? Is the propaganda agent a hero? Does the audience model its behavior after the propagandist's? How does the propagandist establish identification with the audience? Does she or he establish familiarity with the audience's locality, use local incidents, and share interests, hopes, hatreds, and so on? #Quote by Garth S. Jowett

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