Every day, talented, hardworking women are passed over for promotions. While it's easy to blame a corporate culture that favors men, seasoned executive Grace Killelea identifies another culprit: a surprising disparity in confidence. Men are prone to overestimate their abilities while women too often sell themselves short.
The Confidence Effect helps women speak out, take risks, and assume leadership positions with assurance. The book moves beyond research and statistics to focus on what's really important: how women can become more confident one step at a time. Practical strategies show how to turn job competency into the kind of authentic confidence that gets noticed. Women learn to practice the "Four Rs of Success" - relationships, reputation, results, and resilience - dipping in for tips and tools on how to:
With this powerful new audiobook, women everywhere will find the confidence they need to step off the sidelines and onto the playing field - and claim the success they deserve.
©2015 Grace Killelea (P)2015 Gildan Media LLC
"...help[s] women stand out as both competent and confident to realize the professional achievement they deserve...how to speak out, take risks and assume leadership positions with assurance." (Life & Health Advisor)
I really like the energy that it brings - she jumps off the pages!
Just the over all reminder that we block ourselves and it is not necessary in fact we can blow past those boundaries
That you can start over NOW any day and time that you want!
After seeing Grace K at a speaking event frankly I would buy any of her books - she is real, she is enthusiastic, highly relate-able - giving great info that you to share and live by!
Grace Killelea's new book is a guide for developing confidence, not just for women, as the title suggests, but for an business professional looking to improve their own position within their corporate hierarchy. Grace's own words are supplemented by a number of successful professionals, leading a common set of themes around result, resilience, reputation and relationships. A must read.
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