Forbes | Kathy Caprino, Contributor
5 Hidden Assumptions That Keep Women From Living Larger
To learn more about this need to reframe the possibilities and shift away from these constraining assumptions, I connected with Jodi Detjen, Co-author of The Orange Line: A Woman’s Guide to Integrating Career, Family and Life. A professor of Management at Suffolk University, Jodi teaches management at MBA, Undergraduate and Corporate Education levels, and writes and trains about the skills required, and organizational aspects related to, living an integrated life. She also is a principal partner of a boutique consulting firm, the InTrinsic Group, delivering outcome-focused leadership development and coaching to foster effective performance.
Jodi explains: “In our research of 118 women (college educated, middle class), women who were successful at integrating career, family and life, had reframed five key assumptions about what it means to work and participate in family life with the highest degree of success, fulfillment and happiness.”
Jodi shares the 5 hidden assumptions that keep women from balancing work and home more successfully: Continue Reading