Sunday, March 3, 2019

A Case for Feminine Charm at Work | It’s Kells πŸš€

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In this video I share how I came to see the importance and value of feminine charm at work. Typically, I find that success at work is shrouded in overt masculinity. If unchecked, workplace success is dictated by how cunningly you display qualities traditionally associated with cutthroat corporate men, especially passive aggressiveness, controlling behavior, power games, and hyper competitiveness.

While traveling and living abroad, I witnessed firsthand how encouraging an energetic balance of healthy masculine (assertiveness, risk taking, decisive action) and healthy feminine (intuitiveness, collaboration, creativity, emotional intelligence) in both women and men in the office enriched my experience at work and made the team more cohesive.

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To be clear, I am speaking of energy here, not stereotypical gender roles.

In the ideal, we each aspire to a healthy balance of feminine and masculine energy to be the best version of ourselves. At the end of the day, it's all about yin (feminine) and yang (masculine) and acknowledging the value of both for a harmonious experience at work and in life.

The correct balance of masculine and feminine energy is of huge importance not only at work, but also in our personal relationships. As more women climb the corporate ladder and are expected to rely heavily on their masculine energy, many times the "off button" isn’t being switched when acting in more personal relationships.

Working women often have a hard time switching back into the most powerful energy designed specifically for them, the one thing that woman have a predominance of, and men desire the most: femininity. In this live video, I bring your attention to the energy and mood you carry in and out of the office and how you might have the courage to rebalance it for the benefit of your career and personal life.


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