The Girls’ Guide to Power And Success
The Glass Ceiling Has Been Broken, Right? WRONG!The Girls’ guide to Power and Success shows you how to become a more formidable competitor in this male-dominated world. Sharply written, always entertaining, and full of real-world advice from successful women in every walk of life, it will help you push past the forces that hold women back.
You’ll learn about:
- The Power of Expectations: Don’t wait for permission; just go for it – and expect to get it.
- The Power of Planning: Follow the boy Scout motto: “Be Prepared.”
- The Power of Connections: Become a networking queen.
- The Power of Personal Charisma: Stay upbeat, because whatever it is, you can handle it.
- The Power of Communication: It’s not what you say, but how you say it.
- The Power of Balance: Be a superstar, not a superwoman.
- The Power of a Blended (Male and Female) Leadership Style: Use your feminine charm – and your “masculine” smarts.
- The Power of the Future: Become a voice for the “underrepresented majority: –women–and a role model for the next generation.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting your career, let The Girls’ Guide to Power and Success launch you to new heights. (from back of book)
Our Review: Well written with some good tips like “put on your happy face” and “stop saying you’re sorry”. Recommend to any woman wanting success in her chosen field.
- Jean Oelwang: Values That Were Considered Too Female Are Suddenly Vital (huffingtonpost.com)
- Reasons Girls Are Encouraged to Fail–And How to Change This (psychologytoday.com)
- Girl Power (yourbreak-through.com)
- 10 Celebrities Who Aren’t Afraid to Use the F Word [Lady Bits] (collegecandy.com)
- Charting new routes for women at work: Looking to the home and classroom (esciencenews.com)
- Girl Power! (pausingplace.com)
- Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg attacks gender stereotypes at work (guardian.co.uk)