Resilience becoming the kickstarter that keeps leaders moving and equality advancing. 5 competences Shelley shares in her A STORY TO TELL

What is behind A STORY TO TELL

We dedicate the entire magazine to you who have a story to tell, and to you who want to a story to be told. You and your personality set the focus of A STORY TO TELL. It will accompany you virtually, digitally, and emotionally. Each cover story gives insight into the mindset that the featured personality reveals to you: occurrences that  prepared decisions and made them.

Actions that have been pursued to mitigate for example confrontations learning about your very own resilience and how you will be strengthening your position in the markets. A STORY TO TELL provides a ready-to-use snapshot on leadership competencies. Competencies that are necessary to master tomorrow’s opportunities in the present. A Story To Tell might result in a motivational boost.

Explore how resilience can be applied in a business enviornment.

In her A STORY TO TELL Shelley Zalis, founder and CEO The FEMALE QUOTIENT. is sharing with us her viewpoint about the feminine power of resilience and why it is key to flip the imbalance.


Shelley Zalis, CEO of The Female Quotient, is an internationally renowned thought leader, movement maker, and champion of equality. She is a pioneer for online research, becoming the first female chief executive ranked in the research industry’s top 25. Today, as CEO of The Female Quotient, Zalis works with Fortune 500 companies and mission-oriented organizations to advance equality in the workplace.

Resilience as a trait in A STORY TO TELL

Enjoy the insights and share the English story about resilience: A STORY TO TELL (EN) and the German edition here: A STORY TO TELL (DE)

Resilience as a trait of mobility – what does it take to lead following Shelley’s mindset of mobility?

Resilience is a key element to flip the imbalance, according to Shelley Zalis.

A STORY TO TELL Leaders are more than ever asked to cope with changes, incidents and an increasing demand to transform business units, organizations, and market offerings, so that chances in diversity and digitization are taken and the unique selling proposition thrives consumer satisfaction.

Having said so, leaders face a multi-sided bar that transforms into a heterogenous bar and confronts leadership with even higher expectations to be fulfilled. A bar that asks for leading, growing, and inventing while staff, teams, management, they, and constituents are facing inequality and imbalance concerning inclusion, equal pay, career opportunities, access to workplaces and  resources such as energy, fulfillment of human rights, democracy, communities, and mobility.

Follow our findings and interview and enjoy the vital conversation with Shelley Zalis, CEO of The Female Quotient.

What are the challenges in fostering resilience?

Shelley states: Resilient people see the glass half full, not half empty. It is about believing in yourself and finding your strength. It is about responding to obstacles with flexibility and fluidity. You don’t take “no” for an answer. You find your way and get ahead of obstacles. There is a new door to open.

What is in for you dear reader?

You like to explore your very own story, get your insights and put it out? Learn more about the personality journey and get more insights into the  how-to here:

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Cover story A STORY TO TELL with Shelley Zalis about how to flip the imbalance and apply resilience as a mindset driver