Reaching Forward

  • Linda Rossetti


With my Working Draft in hand, I was ready to continue. But with what? My output from Envision, while incredibly interesting, was a little vague. It was not really actionable. After all, I was not sure what it meant to pursue my interests in women’s development or for that matter how I would integrate my professional experience. I needed to find a way to advance my thinking in and around all of the other demands of my life. It was too exciting to ignore, but it was not entirely clear to me how to proceed. Thanks to the voices of the women in my research, I had a few ideas.


Learning Objective Psychological Testing Leadership Development Peer Group Story Development 
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    Barbara Kivowitz, In Sickness as in Health: Helping Couples Cope with the Complexities of Illness (Petaluma, CA: RoundTree Press, 2013).Google Scholar
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    William Bridges, Transition: Making Sense of Life’s Changes (Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 1980), 17.Google Scholar

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