By Becky Blalock
From a veteran Fortune 500 govt, how girls can succeed in and achieve most sensible management positions
Though girls carry a majority of the managerial jobs within the group, they occupy an insignificant 14% of C-suite positions at Fortune 500 corporations. to damage via this obdurate glass ceiling, girls needs to learn how to take daring steps while career-defining moments come up. in the course of her 33-year occupation at Southern corporation, a Fortune 500 software corporation, Becky Blalock rose to develop into CIO in a historically male undefined. Now she bargains her personal hard-won suggestion, in addition to that of 28 best girl executives, to teach all aspiring girls the best way to dare to arrive the top tier of management and C-suite positions.
• contains recommendation and mentoring classes from most sensible girls enterprise leaders comparable to: Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the lady Scouts of the us; Kat Cole, President of Cinnabon; Carol Tomé, CFO of domestic Depot; Dr. Beverly Tatum, president of Spelman university, and Jeanette Horan, CIO of IBM, between many others
• positive factors ordinary, sincere recommendation on gaining self assurance, talking up, discovering mentors, studying to fail, development a community of allies, coping with others, and more
• Written by means of pioneering company chief Becky Blalock, with a Foreword through Anne Mulcahy, former chairperson and CEO of Xerox Corporation
Dare is must-needed consultant for girls in all places, at each point, striving to enhance the nature, talents, and relationships that carry better good fortune within the office.
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