Women in The Industry Round Table Discussion – Balance


Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. Kristine Shreve with guests Alexa Warshany, Andrea Bommarito and Kayla Gayton take to round 3 of Women in the Industry. They share personal experiences of challenges they face as industry leaders and how they have been able to continually manage it all to be successful. Work responsibilities, family demands and personal time are some of the areas these ladies with explore.

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Women in the Industry - Balance

Q1: What does balance mean? Is there a universal definition or will it be different for each individual?

Q2: Women are not better at multitasking than men, so why are we expected to do it so often? Do we, as women, get assigned additional tasks, like taking notes, etc., because we’re supposed to be better at multi-tasking than men?

Q3: Why are women, in addition to their job duties, often expected to be in charge of the emotional life of their companies?

Q4: How do you balance the demands of running a business/department, with the need for an

emotional life, a creative life, spiritual life, and family life?

Q5: Does the fact that we’re constantly told we should have balance/find balance actually put more pressure on us?

Q6: Are gender roles changing when it comes to who handles the emotional stuff, deals with the kids, etc.? Should women be expected to spell out what they need in those areas?

Q7: Why is it difficult for so many women to say now when they already have a full slate of tasks? Is it the expectation that “good girls” always want to help?

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