The first complete guide to professional communication specifically for women.
If it is aimed specifically at women, it is for several reasons: because we have been educated differently and this usually means we are at a disadvantage with respect to men, because we communicate differently and our family and social conditions still greatly condition us.
It is not about masculinizing ourselves in our communication and leadership but about knowing how to act in each moment using the most appropriate words, tone and gestures for each situation. And, above all, it is about obtaining the respect, authority and prestige we deserve in our jobs.
As in her previous books, the author provides a genuine training. She is very didactic and gives guidelines, exercises, templates and tests for practical and personalized work, so that each reader can set her own goals and develop the skills she needs most.
In addition, you will find formulas for handling crucial conversations and uncomfortable situations: going to a job interview, asking for a promotion, defending your point of view, responding to criticism, avoiding being robbed of your ideas, avoiding being interrupted in meetings, and reacting to harassment.
This book will be a reference manual for women entrepreneurs, pre-managers, managers and professionals who find opportunities every day not only to improve their own position and career but also to become an example for younger women and influence the environment to advance a culture of equality and a new shared leadership.