Who Say''s It''s a Man''s World [electronic resource] : The Girl''s Guide to Corporate Domination
By: Bennington, Emily.Material type: TextPublisher: New York : AMACOM, 2013Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (241 p.).ISBN: 9780814431887.Subject(s): Businesswomen | Career development | Women -- Vocational guidance | Women executivesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Who Say''s It''s a Man''s World : The Girl''s Guide to Corporate DominationDDC classification: 658.409082 LOC classification: HD6054.3 .B46 2013Online resources: Click here to access online
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Cover; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Ding, Dong! The Bitch Is Dead; You Crafty Career Planner, You: How to Use This Book; PART ONE: CUT THE CRAP; Section 1: Self-Awareness; 1 Getting Rid of the "Hob" on Your Brain; The Three Biggest Career-Killing Hobs and How to Handle Them; Woman 2 Woman: Knowing Your Worth; 2 If Busy Were the Indicator of Success, We'd All Be Billionaires; 3 Reining in the Mommy Guilt; Sanity 101: Five Must-Have Tradeoffs for Working Moms; Woman 2 Woman: On Parenting and Career; 4 Om the Job: How to Beat Stress and Anxiety; Keeping in Mind @ Work
Action Plan: Self-Awareness GoalsSection 2: Social Skills; 5 Indirect, Emotions, and Tears (Oh, My!); Why Surveyed Women Preferred Male Bosses; Attention Crybabies!; 6 Competition (Yeah, Let's Talk About It); Why Do Comparisons Trip Us Up So Much?; The Real C-Word; 7 Seriously, Don't Bring Sexy Back; Woman 2 Woman: On Harassment; How to Handle: Tricky Social Situations @ Work; Action Plan: Social Skills Goals; PART TWO: CALL IN THE GOOD STUFF; Section 3: Personal Effectiveness; 8 Be More to Do More: Creating Your Virtues, Intentions, and Goals (VIG) List; Virtues: Your Evergreen Self
Intentions: Your Present SelfGoals: Your Future Self; So . . . Now It's Your Turn; 9 Building VIG-ilicious Habits; VIG-ilicious Scorecard A; VIG-ilicious Scorecard B; 10 Six Ways to Earn Respect Under the Corporate Umbrella . . . and Seven Ways to Screw It Up Royally; Small Business versus Large Organizations: Two Different Cultures, Two Different Games; Woman 2 Woman: Owning Your Career; 11 A Note to New Grads; Must-Have Skill #1: Communication; Must-Have Skill #2: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving; Woman 2 Woman: Get the Job Before You Get the Job
How to Handle: Tricky Service Situations @ WorkAction Plan: Personal Effectiveness Goals; Section 4: Team Development; 12 Women Were Raised to Be Nice. So What?; 13 The Cure for Fake Harmony: 100 Coaching Questions for Team Leaders; 14 Solve the Freakin Problem! (Plus: Two Really Simple Anger Management Techniques); When The Sh*t Hits the Fan-H.E.A.L; Woman 2 Woman: Managing Through Turbulent Times; How to Handle: Tricky Team Situations @ Work; Action Plan: Team Development Goals; PART THREE: ALIGN WITH WHAT WORKS; Section 5: Leadership
15 Having Authority Is Like Having a Gun in Your Closet: There If You Need It, but Hopefully You Won't Have to Pull the TriggerLeading from Where You Are; Meeting Other People Where They Are; No Like-y? No Problem; Influence Right Now; Woman 2 Woman: Finding Your Voice; 16 That's Great and All, but Nobody Knows Who You Are; What's Your Worth?; The Difference Between Mentors and Sponsors; Woman 2 Woman: On Networking; How to Handle: Tricky Leadership Situations @ Work; Action Plan: Leadership Goals; Section 6: Toolbox; Tool 1: Career Plan Template; Tool 2: Six-Month Check-In Template
Tool 3: Personal Career Assessment
Packed with insights from extraordinary women who have climbed the corporate ladder-including McDonald's president Jan Fields, JetBlue cofounder Ann Rhoades, and fashion pioneer Liz Lange-Who Says It's a Man's World helps women navigate the rocky path from cubicle to executive suite. This ultra-practical guide offers an ideal "Success Profile" along with the measurable action steps needed to excel in each of five reputation-enhancing areas: personal development, social skills, effectiveness, team building, and leadership.