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Kathryn Heath, Jill Flynn and Mary Davis Holt wrote the article,"Women Find Your Voice: Your Performance in Meetings Matters More Than You Think," for Harvard Business Review.  Here are our tips for finding your voice in 2019: Prepare to speak spontaneously. Yes, this advice may sound counter-intuitive but coming to...

Five Flynn Heath Holt articles featured in the latest guide from the Harvard Business Review In industries across the country, women earn lower salaries, are less likely to be promoted, and make up a small percentage of key leadership roles. How can women break through these...

In our new book, The Influence Effect, our goal is to make success far less complex for women by helping women overcome entrenched resistance to their ideas, credit their own access points to power, and attract followers in a way that works for them....

We’ve been chipping away at a particularly difficult dilemma for years, and now we think we have the answer! Our Research Since the 2011 publication of our first book, Break Your Own Rules: How to Change the Patterns of Thinking That Block Women’s Paths to Power, we’ve...

It’s March – the month of March Madness and St. Patrick’s Day. And a time when we’re all aware that “a bit of luck” can go a long way. And to that I say - women stand up; this is your time to create your own...

International Women’s Day-March 8, 2017. At Flynn Heath Holt we have a Red Suit Vision. We want to see at least 30% women leaders occupying all C suite positions in corporate America by 2020....

by Diana Faison   I recently attended an annual women’s conference with a client that made me realize one very important lesson – I continue to be amazed and inspired by fearless, female leaders. This year, the conference touted almost 400 in attendance.  They came early every morning. They...

by Angie Flynn-McIver What does “improvisation” make you think of? Sketch comedy? A college roommate who brought you along to watch her late-night improv show? An awkward company retreat (“trust fall,” anyone?) When we refer to “improvisation,” all we really mean is unplanned interaction—no script. Almost every...