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Favoring neither the “in your face” aggressive tactics of the “break through the glass ceiling” school of thought, nor the “sugar and spice and everything nice” little-girl approach, Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels (Career Press, 2006) shows women how to be outstandingly successful and personally actualized without becoming just like men.
There are 63 million working women in
From the Princess to the Soccer Mom, from the Cheerleader to the Athlete, from the Socialite to the Soul Sister, from the Psychic to the Apprentice, from the Girl Scout to the Diva, and from the Chef to the CEO, women will find themselves in these pages. From the famous to the unheralded, women will hear stories of how to make it on their own terms.
Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels is the first book to teach women:
· How to climb the corporate ladder and have fun doing it
· How to use 12 of their traditional roles and talents to advance in Corporate America
· How to thrive in a downsizing and outsourcing global economy
· How to achieve both a rewarding career and a fulfilling life
· What to do when they hit the glass ceiling
· The secret of becoming a billionaire
Queen of England to the founders of Hewlett-Packard, Kathleen Archambeau has worked
in the day-to-day grit of corporate sales and marketing with the highest-level
executives. She has coached CEOs and
presidents from three Fortune 500 companies and trained more than 20,000
professionals, managers, executives, students and politicians in 27 states, in 7
countries, on 3 continents. Her clients
have included: Genentech, Hewlett-Packard, James River Corporation, Johnson
& Johnson, State Farm Insurance, Sybase, and Symantec. She currently teaches organizational behavior
at one of the top 10% universities in the country, the
Her website is www.climbingthecorporateladderinhighheels.com.
Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels
By Kathleen Archambeau
May 2006; $14.99
For more information or to schedule an interview with the author, please contact Newman Communications at (617) 254-4500.