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Thriving in a Male-Dominated Workplace (HBR Women at Work Series)

Thriving in a Male-Dominated Workplace (HBR Women at Work Series)

Current price: $24.95
Publication Date: December 13th, 2022
Harvard Business Review Press
The MIT Press Bookstore
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Assert your authority in a workplace dominated by men.

Microaggressions. Sexism. Self-doubt. Invisibility. When you're one of the only women at work, it can be difficult to gain your footing. But women can find success in these settings--and even flourish in them.

Thriving in a Male-Dominated Workplace provides the advice you need to ensure your professional growth in areas that have traditionally been filled with men. From navigating a hostile work culture to connecting with the right people to claiming your innovative ideas, you'll be able to establish your role in the organization and be seen by your colleagues as the expert you are.

This book will inspire you to:

  • Overcome impostor syndrome and self-doubt
  • Find role models and mentors
  • Speak up for yourself and others
  • Establish trust with male colleagues

The HBR Women at Work series spotlights the real challenges and opportunities women experience throughout their careers. With interviews from the popular podcast of the same name and related articles, stories, and research, these books provide inspiration and advice for taking on topics at work like inequity, advancement, and building community. Featuring detailed discussion guides, this series will help you spark important conversations about where we're at and how to move forward.

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