Woman s Playbook

Woman s Playbook
Author : Joanna L. Krotz
Publisher :
Total Pages : 240
Release : 2015
ISBN 10 : 0882825011
ISBN 13 : 9780882825014
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Woman s Playbook Book Description:

Eye-opening and probing,The Woman’s Playbook is the ultimate handbook for the real-life issues facing millions of women in the workforce. Providing proven, practical guidelines, irrefutable research, clear-cut examples and solid advice on how to shatter traditional cultural gender roles and hardwired traditions, Joanna L. Krotz helps to successfully propel women to economic empowerment. Entrepreneur, social commentator and communications strategist, Krotz, through side-by-side comparisons and case studies of male and female entrepreneurs, discloses unique female strengths and provides the remedies needed to catapult women to the next level. Today’s female entrepreneurs are uniquely positioned to expand global innovation, grow their national economies and redefine male models of leadership and business. By recognizing and capitalizing on their specialized gender traits, women can unquestionably change the future. The Woman’s Playbook is the first book to advocate entrepreneurship as the path for women to achieve career satisfaction, work/life balance and an expanded role in business and society, making it a must read for all women.


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