Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels
"Regardless of what kinds of shoes we wear, Kathleen Archambeau's book is an essential tool for American women who want to succeed in business without giving up who they are as women." - Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader, U.S. House of Representatives Favoring neither the "in your face" aggressive tactics of the "break through the glass ceiling" school of thought, nor the "sugar and spice is everything nice" little-girl approach, Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels shows women how to be outstanding successful and personally actualized without becoming just like men. There are 63 million working women in America, but only nine are top company CEOs. While women make up nearly 50 percent of the workforce, working women perform 90 percent of household and childcare duties. Women are left wondering, "Do I have to make a choice between my career or my life?" This book answers that question. You can have it all...just not all at once.
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