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Her Corner Office: A Guide to Help Women Find a Place and a Voice in Corporate America (Paperback)
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Her Corner Office is your personal roadmap to professional success featuring real corporate stories and lessons that provide personal development models and professional growth strategies. This invaluable book contains powerful insights to help women understand how to present themselves as strong leaders without losing their inherent powerful female behaviors and values. You will discover new ways to clearly communicate your ideas and visions, to gain buy-in and influence others. You'll also learn practical tips to ensure that your communication reflects your true talents. And men will also benefit from the knowledge shared in this book. This book offers thousands of dollars worth of coaching advice, counsel and guidance on climbing the corporate ladder with integrity. After reading it, you will be empowered to execute with brilliance and achieve your professional dreams.
About the Author
Trudy Bourgeois is a renowned and respected authority on leadership development, change management and workplace transformation. She is a bestselling author, speaker and coach. She is a teacher at heart. She believes that when people can learn and grow, they can achieve. Ultimately empowering them to LEAD! After a successful career as a senior sales and marketing executive who managed teams of thousands and a $3 billion budget, Bourgeois took all her experience and passion and founded The Center for Workforce Excellence in 2001. Companies such as Intel, PepsiCo and ConAgra credit CWE with advancing their talent management initiatives and more. Trudy is a featured blogger for The Huffington Post, writes for numerous magazines and publications, including The Washington Post, and has authored two books on leadership. As a teacher, Bourgeois has earned a reputation as a truth-teller who combines candor with humor to foster courageous conversations necessary for change to take place.