Are you struggling to be your real self in a workplace dominated by men? Have you become beige as a tactic to blend in? Are you afraid to draw attention to your womanhood? Systemic discrimination and cultural barriers in male-dominated professions continue to make it hard, even in 2020, for women to achieve their full potential. Often women adopt stereotypical masculine behaviours more culturally accepted in the office, in combat, on the streets, down the coal mine, or in the court room. They dont know how to step out of that pattern and re-emerge as their true, authentic selves. Against the Wind provides practical how to tools to overcome the challenges, adversity, complexities, and obstacles women often face throughout their careers. Jennifer provides strategies that will empower women to step up, own their space, use their voice, and be heard. Against the Wind is an informative, comprehensive and easy-to-follow journey in which Jennifer encourages women to: tackle the firsts that still exist in their profession, say yes to opportunities and work out how later, and find and follow their passions find their strengths by being more self-aware, value their contribution, and say no to imposter syndrome build their resilience through overcoming adversity and challenges, and find the silver lining take new directions in their career and life, promote themselves unapologetically, and create their brand think B.I.G Brave & Important Goals, celebrate women who achieve the firsts, and find their voice.
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Against the wind : how women can be their authentic selves in male-dominated professions / Jennifer Wittwer, CSM.
[Surrey Hills, Vic.] : Jennifer Wittwer, 2020.
xxii, 226 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 23 cm
Success in business.
Self-realization in women.
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