Power Up: The smart woman’s guide to unleashing her full potential

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Power Up: The smart woman’s guide to unleashing her full potential

Power Up, Smart Woman

By @SimonCocking review of  Power Up: The smart woman’s guide to unleashing her full potential available from Amazon here.

Do you want more visibility and recognition at work?
Are you looking to boost your confidence and motivation?
Are you struggling to get your voice heard?
You are not alone. Over the last 25 years, Antoinette Dale Henderson has coached thousands of women at all stages of their career on confidence, communication and assertiveness.

Wherever you see yourself, whether that’s starting out, managing or leading teams, returning to work or changing direction, she can get you there with her unique 6-step Power Up Model.

This tried-and-tested approach focuses on key areas that will guarantee success and ensure you never get walked over, talked over or passed over again,

Antoinette Dale Henderson is an award-winning speaker, executive coach and founder of the Gravitas Programme, a leadership development course which has inspired thousands of managers, leaders and business ownders to communicate with credibility and fulfilf their career potential.

 

Power Up: The smart woman’s guide to unleashing her full potential reviewed

This book may be a useful stocking filler for some one relevant in your life. One thing about many of the advice given, is that there is a lot of common sense and good insights that would be of value to anyone, regardless of their gender. By the way that the book has been targetted it is clearly aiming at a particular gender, but it has perhaps limited itself unnecessarily in terms of the wider potential reachable audience for this book.

With this observation to one side, you can see why it was written, and how it is aiming to help a more widely aware, empowered, and unwilling to put up with anything less than complete respect audience. Very much a #Metoo audience, but here again, perhaps #metoo needs to be gender neutral, many people have suffered from abuse of power and position. This book does a lot to help those who might have been / or are currently experiencing power inequalities, so it does offer value and help.

We would recommend this book to many people, especially those just starting out, but we wouldn’t limit this to a gender based criteria.

See her guest post for us here.

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By | 2019-12-06T14:25:38+00:00 December 6th, 2019|Technology|Comments Off on Power Up: The smart woman’s guide to unleashing her full potential