HI, I'M LIBBY
Why are women still underrepresented in boardrooms? Contrary to what you might read, it’s not because we prioritise having a family, negotiate poorly, lack confidence, or are reluctant to take game changing risks.
Hundreds of published studies show that those ideas are myths (and that's the polite term!). Men and women have similar dispositions, attitudes, and skills. What does differ is the way we are treated at work. Women have less access to vital information, get less feedback from supervisors, and face other obstacles to success.
Hi, my name is Libby Vincent and I'm here to change that.
Libby Vincent combines corporate experience as a FTSE 50 strategy consultant with a passion for levelling the playing field.
Finding your authentic leadership style can be a journey, but the rewards for your self-esteem and confidence are well worth it. Embrace your unique qualities, and lead with conviction.
SENSE OF CONTROL
By aligning your priorities with your values and creating a strategy for tackling them, you can feel a sense of control and accomplishment, while also reducing stress in your life.
SENSE OF BALANCE
Achieving balance in your work and personal life with sustainable prioritisation ensures a long-term, energised and focused approach to your new CEO role.
You'll not only reduce stress, but also improve your overall well-being and sense of control. This can lead to a more positive, productive, and supportive network of colleagues and peers.
When your personal values and professional goals are in alignment, it creates a powerful sense of purpose that can help you stay motivated and resilient.
I am fascinated by the insights available to us through research and analysis. Having objectivity as a personal value I always strive to see things from multiple perspectives, and make decisions based on facts and logic rather than emotions or personal biases. I work well with people who are open to new information.
I value in myself and others a strong desire to learn and improve, a willingness to take risks and try new things, a sense of curiosity and open-mindedness, and a strong work ethic. I work well with people who view challenges and setbacks as opportunities for growth rather than obstacles to be avoided.
I am motivated by a strong sense of fairness. I am particularly sensitive to issues of power imbalances, and I am an advocate for marginalised groups. I work well with people who use their resources and influence to make a positive impact on the world around them.