Confidence is the number one quality recruiting managers and hiring leaders look for, and it’s the number one quality women need in order to achieve and/or exceed their career goals.
There are many reasons why women lack confidence and hold themselves back in the workplace, but there is good news. If women are competent enough to perform at increasingly high levels, then they’re powerful enough to change self-sabotaging behavior and gain the confidence they need to get ahead.
As a women's leadership coach I have worked with many successful women who just like you, faced their own confidence challenges and I share their highly successful winning strategies with you in 13 Ways to Build Unstoppable Career Confidence.
As more organizations adopt a remote workforce, the challenges of leading at a distance become more urgent than ever. In Leadership in (newly) remote world, the author Janice Sutherland tackles the key challenges leaders face and provides practical solutions to ensure both they and their team have a smooth introduction to remote.
Filled with thought provoking questions that ensure projects stay on track, keep productivity and morale high, and build lasting relationships, this book is the go-to guide for leading, no matter where people work.
Diversity in the C-suite is still a huge challenge, as women face unspoken obstacles in the workplace on a daily basis.
Barriers ranging from navigating the myth of work life balance, owning your career path, presenting to the board to the taboo subjects of being a female bread winner, having the confidence to say no, handling work place bullies and sexual harassment all play a part.
In This Woman Can - The no bullsh*t guide for women who lead, author Janice Sutherland approaches relatable scenarios that both aspiring and existing female leaders face with candor, honesty and simplicity.
Providing solutions for women to develop self-belief in their capabilities to becoming high performance leaders both at work and in their lives.
Utilizing her personal knowledge as one of the Caribbean’s first female CEOs and drawing on her experiences as an executive leadership coach, she provides practical answers without bullsh*t acronyms that women can utilize to get the job done.