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Ladies We Love: Kathy Doyle Thomas

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again — we have some of the most talented members in the…
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Reclaim Your Creative Self

Creativity is highly valued within our society, but isn't always well understood. Conventional wisdom suggests that creativity is a mysterious…
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WIRLC Member News!

Hello Inner Circle readers! From time to time we like to use this space to talk about some of the…
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Finding the White Space in a Crowded Retail Market

Women in Retail Leadership Circle's very own Melissa Campanelli was interviewed for a recent episode of Infor's Reinventing Retail podcast. The conversation…
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Girl Talks … Part 2

Remember when I told you last week to get ready for some exciting news about our Girl Talks West event,…
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“Us” is so much more than the folks here at the Women in Retail Leadership Circle (WIRLC). We’re really talking about some of the most amazing women in the retail space — special, electric, powerful, innovative, successful are all words that come to mind to describe the women of WIRLC.

Our goal is to bring together these awe-inspiring women within WIRLC and provide a unique networking group that offers enterprise-level women in the retail industry a place to LEARN, CONNECT and GROW through virtual and live events, a weekly e-newsletter, an information-packed website, social media, and more. WIRLC strives to continuously offer members the opportunity to SHARE best practices, discuss industry issues and find inspiration on how to conquer challenges in their professional lives.

And we’re just getting started — just wait to see what’s around the corner!

I strongly believe leadership can’t be taught. Instead, I see what we do at Sheroes as being driven by ownership, purpose and a sense of self. We shouldn’t tell people what their success should look like. We should work on catalyzing that success instead of prescribing it. By creating opportunities for women to define their careers for themselves, we hope to break down the stereotypes of what leadership looks like. A woman can absolutely be a leader in the workplace while also managing a family at home; she just needs to be given the flexibility to do it."-- Sairee Chahal, Founder and CEO, Sheroes, The Atlantic, Aug 02
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