So many women seek to be liked, but does that drive sometimes mask competence? Discover how striking the right balance is the key to advancement and leadership. Multiple research studies indicate that the more successful a woman is, especially in leadership roles usually held by men, the less she is liked by both men and women. This competence-likeability dilemma significantly contributes to the glass ceiling that remains impenetrable for all but a few women. Explore why the competence-likeability dilemma exists as well as behavioral and communication strategies woman leaders can implement to counteract the inevitable bias that accompanies success.
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Dottie Deremo is the principal partner and CEO of The Deremo Group (TDG), a wholly owned consulting, speaking, and executive coaching company. TDG practice areas include leadership, strategy, idealized planning, succession planning, business renewal, and business sustainability matrix mapping. TDG goal is to maximize their clients’ full potential to produce outstanding, sustainable results.
Dottie is recognized nationally and internationally as an influential leader, entrepreneur, consultant, health care public policy expert, speaker, and author. She is the retired CEO of Hospice of Michigan and its national subsidiary company, At Home SupportTM. Besides Dottie’s consulting practice, she maintains in a part-time consulting role with Hospice of Michigan and At Home SupportTM as their Executive Emeritus.
Dottie’s formal education includes two master’s degrees from Wayne State University and the University of Michigan as well as three business fellowships: (1986) Johnson & Johnson Nurse Executive Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business; (1995) Health Trust Fellow at the Kings Fund College of Great Britain studying the British National Health Service; and, (2005) Harvard Business School Fellow in Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management.
Dottie has a long history of professional and community service on local, state, and national boards, commissions, and task forces and continues this precedent. She is a sought-after keynote speaker, has won numerous awards and recognitions, and written many articles and health care book chapters.
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