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Tiffany Dufu Leadership Luminary, Founder & CEO The Cru, Author of DROP THE BALL
Businesswoman and Drop the Ball author Tiffany Dufu may seem to do it all, but for years she hampered her own growth with the expectation that she must do it all—be the perfect woman, mother, wife, mentor, and author. In this talk, Dufu shares her manifesto on how doing less allowed her to feel more fulfilled. Her hard-won insights include: Where unrealistic expectations for our work and personal lives are rooted Why we need to ditch the to do list Why the key to delegating is clear communication
Tiffany Dufu often hears women say, "It all falls on me." She reminds us that, "Life doesn't happen to you when you make life happen." Do one simple thing: take a hard look at your calendar and ask yourself if every event on there is really crucial for you to attend.
Tiffany Dufu & Marie C. Wilson talk about their efforts to promote the leadership of women and effective strategies for transitioning leadership roles. Tiffany is the current president of The White House Project, which Marie founded in 1998 to advocate for female leadership in both business and politics.
Tiffany Dufu, an honoree at the Girls Inc Strong, Smart, and Bold Luncheon on Friday, April 1, 2016, accepted her award with an inspiring speech. This annual fundraiser celebrates amazing women who are influencing the world every day, empowering individuals, agencies and entire communities to create meaningful change.
What does it mean to drop the ball? Tiffany Dufu's DROP THE BALL is a memoir/manifesto from a renowned voice in the women's leadership movement who shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to succeed: the ability to let go.
Lifting each other and holding each other accountable.
Marie Wilson taught me that a woman should always be introduced in such a way that she will want to know herself. I was thrilled to introduce my mentee, Jovian Zayne, at her book celebration. She's an incredible coach, author, and speaker who inspires me to live #OnPurpose.
Leading looks like whatever you see in the mirror. You can't lead when you can't see it. All that has changed. Women can be anything now.
Chief Leadership Officer, Levo and author Tiffany Dufu explores why you shouldn't feel like you have to complete every task that's put in front of you. As an alternative, she outlines how rising leaders can achieve their goals by embracing imperfection, expecting less of themselves and demanding more from others.