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[访谈录] 2015-11-13&11-15 德勤首位女性CEO恩格波特专访

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[访谈录] 2015-11-13&11-15 德勤首位女性CEO恩格波特专访

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 Meet Deloitte's first female CEO


Cathy Engelbert, the first female CEO of Deloitte, discusses her experience as a woman in the workplace.


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[Homework] 2015-11-13&11-15 德勤首位女性CEO恩格波特专访


You are everyone knows in this room the first female CEO at Deloitte or any of your big competitors. It is about time.  
You have broken through that glass ceiling. But you say that women often have trouble saying no. You have a very interesting example of when you said no in your career, and it worked out to your benefit. Tell me about that, the St. Louis xx
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Yeah, so our poor St. Louis office thinks that I really don’t support them because I was asked when I was pregnant with my first, second child to move to St. Louis for a client. Meanwhile I had my eyes on a client that was two miles from my house. I could feed the baby and  go back and I raised my hand and I said, when they came to me with the St. Louis opportunity, I said: “I don’t quite think that’s right for me, but with the no I had the yes behind. But what about this big pharmaceutical client in New Jersy two miles from my house. And the partner, male partner turned to me and said, “we never would have thought of you for that”.
- But you are perfect.
- And I said,”really, well this is why I think I’m qualified blah blah blah,” and three weeks later I was on that client.
- You have had women reached out to you at the firm who were planning to leave and are now staying because of you and your story, that is a lot of pressure, but it’s also a remarkable thing. And you said once you realized women in the firm were looking at you like a role model, you changed your approach. How so?
- Yeah, one of the things I used to talk about, you know, leaving, not because I wanted to go to my daughter’s lacrosse game or my son’s little league game, but I would make up another excuse and then I said women are watching us, they are watching all of us, they are inspired by us , they are looking up to us, so whether it’s because you wanna do things with your kids or you wanna work on your health and well-being, for me, it was most really about just driving again a work-life balance that fit for me, that I knew it wasn’t linear. And I tend to say all the time that I have an eigtheen-year-old daughter going on thirty and a fourteen-year-old son going on three, so they are a little going the opposite directions.
But for me, I needed more flexibility and predictability in my life when they were newborns and toddlers. And now they are teenagers and don’t even look at me when I walk in the house.
- Right.
- So, it’s all about, you know, being patient. Um... it’s hard, but it’s not linear and it’s not perfect, you can’t , you know, everyone talks about having it all. I say  while having it all is defined by someone else, can I do it all is defined by me and is what we focus on.
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You are, as everyone knows in this room the first female CEO at Deloitte or any of your big competitors. It’s about time. You have broken through that glass ceiling. But you say that women often have trouble saying no. You have a very interesting example when you said no in your career, and it worked out to your benefit. Tell me about that. The St. Louis example.

Yeah. So our poor St. Louis Office thinks that I really don’t support them because I was asked wehn I was pregnant with my first, second child to move to St. Louis for a client. Meanwhile I had my eyes on a client that was two miles from my house. I could feed the baby and go back, and I raised my hand and I said when they came to me with the St. Louis opportunity, I said: “I don’t quite think that’s right for me.” But with the no I had the yes behind. But what about this big pharmaceutical client in New Jersy two miles from my house. And the partner, male partner turned to me and said, “we never would have thought of you for that”.

But you are perfect.

And I said: “Really? Well, this is why I think I’m qualified blah blah blah...”, and three weeks later, I was on that client.

You have had women reached out to you at the firm who were planning to leave and now are staying because of you and your story. That is a lot of pressure, but it’s also a remarkable thing. And you said once you realized women in the firm were looking at you like a role model, you changed your approach. How so?

Yeah. One of the things that I used to talk about, you know, leaving, not because I wanted to go to my daughter’s lacross game or my son’s little league game, but I would make up another excuse and then I said women are watching us. They are watching all of us. They are inspired by us. They are looking up to us. So whether it’s because you wanna do things with your kids, or you wanna work on your health and well-being, for me, it was really about just driving again a work-life balance that fit for me, that I knew wasn’t linear. I tend to say all the time that I have an18-year-old daughter going on 30 and a 14-year-old son going on 3. So they are all going on the opposite directions, but for me, I needed more flexibility and predictability in my life when they were new borns and toddlers. And now they are teenagers and don’t even look at me when I walk in the house.

Right.

So it’s all about, you know, being patient, um, it’s hard. But it’s not linear and it’s not perfect. And it’s...you can’t, you know, everyone talks about having it all. I say while having it all is defined by someone else. Can I do it all is defined by me and is what we focus on.
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