THE PROFESSIONAL WOMANS GUIDE TO GETTING PROMOTED

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The Professional Woman S Guide To Getting Promoted

Author : Lauren M. Hug
ISBN : 9781783000494
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 38.91 MB
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With insights drawn from experience by Lauren M. Hug, a professional woman, and straight-talk from Andrew H. Hug, a professional man, this one-of-a-kind book shows you how to develop key skills and craft strategic relationships that elevate your value in the business world. Featuring worksheets, charts, exercises, and sample conversations, this unique book will help you create your personal career strategy and take customized steps towards advancement and success. You'll learn how to communicate and demonstrate your workplace worth effectively, making your promotion not only likely—but vital to your organization.
Category: Business & Economics

The Professional Woman S Guide To Managing Men

Author : Anna Runyan
ISBN : 9781783000296
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 50.26 MB
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Leading career coach Anna Runyan, founder of ClassyCareerGirl.com and Professor of Career Development at DeVry University, shares with you her secrets to leadership success, gleaned from her years of management experience in a male dominated field. Her career advice has been featured in Yahoo Finance and People StyleWatch magazine, and her site has recently made the Forbes "Top 100 Websites for Your Career" list. Let Anna show you how to utilize the unique strengths you have right now, and instill in you the confidence to be the best leader at work tomorrow. If you've ever thought that men can seem difficult to figure out, let alone manage, then this guide is for you. Through step-by-step exercises and practical techniques, Anna will demonstrate the most effective ways to communicate with and manage your male employees. This straight-talking guide will take you through exercises to help conquer the perfectionism that undermines so many of our careers. You'll learn to assert and promote yourself, and to coach your team to be successful in their own careers, establishing their trust along the way. Finally, you’ll learn what not to do when managing men and how to expertly handle management situations you might have floundered in.
Category: Business & Economics

Breakdown Breakthrough

Author : Kathy Caprino
ISBN : 9781605094205
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 88.68 MB
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Helps professional women experiencing feelings of disempowerment and dissatisfaction regain the confidence, courage, and energy to take control of their lives Identifies 12 crises professional women face today and offers specific advice and tools for overcoming them Draws on interviews with over one hundred women, offering inspiring stories and practical advice for addressing and resolving disempowerment Thousands of professional women, though outwardly successful, find themselves in the midst of a crisis, believing that they’ve sacrificed meaning, fulfillment, and balance in their lives to achieve work-related success. Their lives feel unmanageable—and they are confused, blocked, overwhelmed and unable to move forward effectively. Kathy Caprino sheds light on this growing epidemic of disempowerment and shows women how to reinvigorate and reclaim their lives. Breakdown, Breakthrough uses a comprehensive coaching, behavioral, and spiritual framework to explore how women can restore their power and reconnect with their life visions as they awake from the paralysis of professional dissatisfaction and personal diminishment. Caprino outlines a new model for understanding disempowerment, one that focuses on women’s relationships with themselves, with others, with the world, and with what she calls their higher selves. She identifies twelve specific challenges professional women face and offers concrete, practical advice for overcoming each one—helping readers “step back, let go of what is holding them back, and say yes” to creating a compelling and rewarding next chapter of life and work. This is also a deeply personal book. Caprino candidly discusses her own struggles with crippling feelings of disempowerment, and shares moving stories and heartfelt advice gleaned from her interviews with over one hundred women who experienced and overcame the crises she describes. Breakdown, Breakthrough offers working women who are stressed, stuck, and dissatisfied access to new inspiration, hope, and a definite plan of action.
Category: Self-Help

Why You Didn T Get The Job

Author : Diane Cashin
ISBN : 9781477274255
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 72.41 MB
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Is your career stuck? Are you frustrated with the vague feedback you receive from the hiring individual on why you were not promoted? Are you encountering barriers to move to the next level? Do you blame others for holding you back? This book is for women leaders who want to make it to the Senior Executive, C-Level or Boardroom. You have the power to make it happen. Begin your executive transformation and take the 10 Steps needed to Navigate Your Way to the Top! Lead from a place of Confidence, Wisdom and Empowerment.
Category: Business & Economics

Red Soil And Roasted Maize

Author : Rasna Warah
ISBN : 1456777254
Genre : History
File Size : 78.39 MB
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Red Soil and Roasted Maize is a selection of Kenyan writer Rasna Warah’s most poignant, introspective and satirical articles, columns and essays that provide snapshots and analyses of events that have shaped Kenyans’ lives and dreams in the last decade, from the turbulent transition to democracy in 2002 to a flawed election in 2007 that had a deep impact on Kenya’s political, economic and social landscape. She candidly deciphers and describes the perils of growing ethnic chauvinism and corruption in an increasingly polarised nation and examines her own life as a writer in one of Africa’s most diverse and unequal societies.
Category: History

The Professional Woman S Guide To Conflict Management

Author : Elinor Robin, PhD
ISBN : 9781783000258
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 51.61 MB
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This book is an indispensible guide for professional women who want to learn how to confidently manage conflict for the best possible outcomes.
Category: Business & Economics

The Politics Of Promotion

Author : Bonnie Marcus
ISBN : 9781118997420
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 26.79 MB
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Many women focus on their performance, expecting that if they excel and accomplish the most, they'll get the promotions and recognition they deserve. And yet, all too often, women are outsiders to the networks of power and influence where the decisions are made that affect their careers. They may view politics as dirty; they may be slow to self-promote, build and nurture relationships with key stakeholders, and seek sponsorship. The result? They get blindsided, experiencing deep disappointment when their hard work alone doesn't pay off with an anticipated promotion or raise. Ambitious women understand they must play politics, but how can they learn to do it successfully? The Politics of Promotion demonstrates to women the importance of understanding workplace politics and provides them with the necessary tools to successfully navigate the political realities of their organization. While there are many books that advise women to be more assertive and embrace their ambition, and books that address office politics, there is little information focused specifically on how women can successfully navigate the politics in the current work environment. The Politics of Promotion provides a unique and proven method to guide women through the complexities of office politics, so that they can avoid a political "blindside" that may sabotage their career.
Category: Business & Economics

The Girl S Guide To Being A Boss Without Being A Bitch

Author : Caitlin Friedman
ISBN : 0767924940
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.58 MB
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Forget what you’ve heard. Nice girls can get the corner office. So, you finally got that promotion. You’re the boss now. The supervisor. The manager. The captain. Those days of taking orders and running errands are over. As exciting as all this might seem, once the rush of the promotion is over, you might be scratching your head wondering exactly what to do. Being the boss is never easy, but it's twice as hard for a woman. It seems like there's no middle ground. Either you're the dragon lady who rules with an iron fist or the mousey girl who gets drowned out at every meeting. When a woman wields authority and dares to make tough decisions, how often is the "B-word" bandied about by her employees? How can she strike that balance between pushover and dictator? Fear not. You can do the job. All you need is a little helpful advice to send you on your way. Whether you supervise two employees as a shift manager or lord over an entire corporate empire, Caitlin Friedman and Kim Yorio will show you how to step gracefully into your new position of power. They’ll teach you how to motivate your team without alienating them, how to delegate without feeling guilty, how to deal with office politics and how to handle evaluations, promotions, and even firings. And for those of you who are already running the show, they can help you become the mentor your employees deserve. Since women still don’t have much of a road map when it comes to taking charge at the office, the team who brought you the national bestseller The Girl’s Guide to Starting Your Own Business drew one up for us. Inside, there are self-assessment questionnaires to help you find out where you land on the bitch or wimp scale, interviews with prominent female bosses, and advice from a whole host of experts. Caitlin Friedman and Kimberly Yorio will teach you to be powerful without being possessive, to be opinionated without being brassy, and to have a strong voice without micromanaging. You’ll learn just how to own the role of queen bee in a positive way so that you can be more mentor than manager - one who leads, inspires, and motivates.
Category: Business & Economics

Women S Health

Author : Brenna H. Mayer
ISBN : 1582552827
Genre : Medical
File Size : 64.82 MB
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This handbook equips nurses with the knowledge they need to provide comprehensive, current, evidence–based care to women at all stages of life. Part I focuses on health promotion and illness prevention, including smoking cessation, stress reduction, fitness, nutrition, and prevention of violence and abuse, sexually transmitted diseases, and other lifestyle–related disorders. Part II, organized alphabetically, covers diseases and disorders—both those that affect only women and those that pose unique issues in women. Icons highlight cutting–edge research, alternative and complementary therapies, prevention strategies, concerns of women with disabilities, and needs of special populations. An appendix lists noteworthy women’s health Websites.
Category: Medical

A Woman S Guide To Successful Negotiating Second Edition

Author : Lee E. Miller
ISBN : 007174651X
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 41.99 MB
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“Breakthrough perspective. Every woman can benefit from this indispensable guide to getting what you want.” —Cathie Black, Chairman, Hearst Magazines “No matter what the situation, this book provides you with the negotiating techniques and the overall confidence to deal with the issue.” —Rose Marie Bravo, Chief Executive Officer, Burberry Ltd. “Much of life is one great big negotiation and in A Woman’s Guide to Successful Negotiating, this father-daughter team lets women in on the secrets they have learned over their lifetimes.” —Gail Evans, Author, Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman SEE WHY ATLANTA WOMAN MaGaZiNE SELEcTED THiS BOOK aS ONE OF THE 50 BEST BOOKS FOr WOrKiNG WOMEN Are you afraid to ask for that raise or promotion or just don’t know how? Ever wonder why some women who get divorced end up with the financial re- sources they need to get on with their lives, while others suffer a drastic reduction in lifestyle? Discover the three keys to negotiating success for women. Understand the 10 most common mistakes that women make and how to avoid them. Learn from women such as CEO of Avon Andrea Jung, Chairman of Hearst Magazines Cathie Black, Emmy- winning actress Christine Baranski, and television anchor Alexis Glick how to get what you deserve in every aspect of your life, whether it is earning more money, buying your next car, or just getting your husband to help around the house.
Category: Social Science