Power has a bad rap. It’s okay to talk about how to be a good leader, but most of us are quite uncomfortable talking about how to use
Women leaders get a little squirmy when it comes to the idea of wielding power. But getting comfortable with power and using it effectively is an essential part of being
Predictable events in the life cycles of families, businesses and individuals lead to predictable psychological reactions. Foreknowledge of likely psychological fallout from major events and transitions can go a
Everybody’s Mother: What Hillary Clinton and Other Women in Power Need to Know About the Unconscious
I published this essay in Huffington Post last February. I think it is still relevant in September 2016–maybe more so than ever. A companion piece is Trump’s Big Daddy Lie.
With this week’s flurry of Trump campaign/Fox news speculations that Hillary Clinton is sick or sleepy, and Donald Trump’s tweet that MSNBC morning co-host Mika Brzezinski is neurotic (right after