Unlike most experts in her field, Erika Andersen has an approach to being strategic that’s sensible and accessible. With her, you feel capable of creating the business, career and life you want. Nancy Tellem, Chief Media Officer & Executive Chairwoman, Interlude

May
15

Power of Women

On Thursday and Friday of this week I had the opportunity to hang out with a group of marvelous women – smart, funny. warm, real. It was all due to the connector-nature (in the Malcolm Gladwell sense) of Wenda Harris Millard, who brought together a group of women CMOs in her beautiful Charleston home, and asked me to come and teach them the Being Strategic model.

They were all so delightful – and seemed to enjoy our conversation and find it valuable.  And I was reminded how uniquely nourishing it can be to spend time with a group of women. There's something about women, when we're together – we bring all of who we are; professionals, moms, wives, sisters, daughters – into our conversations – and it's both deeply reinforcing and  a source of new knowledge and insight.

Thank you so much, Wenda!

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About Erika Andersen

Over the past 30 years, Erika has developed a reputation for creating approaches to learning and business-building that are custom tailored to her clients’ challenges, goals, and culture.
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