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What Smart Business Women Need to Know About Winning in Business
How to Be Seen and Heard the Way You Want

Are you too nice to get ahead? Because being too nice is just one of the many self-inflicted pitfalls that can cause you to lose control of your career.

Have you ever let someone else take credit for your work and watched them keep moving up while you stay stagnant? Do you spend time worrying what other people think about you?

In the world of business, it’s easy sometimes to get our priorities wrong, worrying more about what others think of us than how to stick up for ourselves when the stakes are high.

If you’ve ever worried more about being liked than speaking up for yourself... if you’ve ever felt powerless when dealing with condescending colleagues... if you’ve ever been afraid to take credit for your own ideas or wondered to yourself, “I’m a smart woman—how come I’m not getting ahead faster?”, then you need to attend this webinar.

There are some things that are truly out of our control that may never change—or at least not change fast enough—such as the pressure we feel to balance our personal lives and our careers and the fact that there will always be people who don’t take us seriously, no matter how well we perform in the business world.

But what can change NOW is how we deal with other people’s misconceptions—as well as our own.

Do you know the difference between being assertive and aggressive—by business standards? Do you know at least 3 key people who should know who you are—and how to get their attention?

What are the 5 most common communication mistakes women make without even realizing it? Why aren’t people seeing you as a leader—and how can you change their minds?

It’s time to take charge of your career and learn the written – and unwritten – rules of the game of business. Even more importantly, how can you bend the rules when necessary to stay at the top of your game?

Whether your sights are on the C-suite, senior leadership, or any other position, talent alone won’t get your there.

Join performance consultant, author, and well-known inclusion guru Simma Lieberman, AKA “the Inclusionist,” for this thought-provoking leadership audio presentation that is designed to teach talented, successful business women like you how to jump in the game—and win it!

What’s the next move for you? What do you need to do to get there? You’ll use what you learn immediately, when you walk away with a game plan for your own career.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How to design and follow your career success road map
  • The five most common communication mistakes that women (and some men) and how to prevent yourself from making them.
  • Three key self-esteem issues that impact women (and some men) at every level and how to get rid of them
  • How to take credit for your ideas and show your value
  • How to recognize your self-limiting behavior and ways to stop
  • 3 techniques to make you appear more confident and knowledgeable—even when you’re nervous
  • How get seen and heard as a expert and/or person of interest by higher-ups and decision makers

Don’t let the mysteries of the business world elude you any longer, like why some people seem to get ahead while other talented ones are left behind. There are explanations to some of these so-callled “intangibles,”—and you’re about to be let in on the secret.

Get smart about business. Get the inside info that will dramatically improve your ability to influence the right people and position yourself for extraordinary career success. Sign up today for Smart Business Women audio conference. It’s time to stop being the best kept secret in your organization.

It’s amazing what the right communication and a little confidence can do for a woman. But you’ll never know unless you try. Don’t just guess through trial and error. Save yourself the mistakes. There’s a faster way to career success. Sign up for What Smart Women Need to Know About Winning in Business Audio Conference—for real immediate results.

Learning Objectives:

  • Create a plan that will get you seen and heard by the right people in your organization
  • Determine who needs to know you, who you need to know—and how you can get to know them
  • 3 key self-esteem issues that impact women at every level—and how to get rid of them
  • Other women are your allies—create a system of accountability with other women and dramatically move your career objectives forward
  • 4 behaviors and self-limiting beliefs you may not even be conscious of that will keep you stuck in the same position for years
  • Understand the written and unwritten rules of success in your organization, and how to make your own rules
  • Identify three ways to stop being a “well-kept secret” and be seen as a shining jewel
  • The 5 most common communication mistakes that women make that stop you from being seen as a leader
  • 3 techniques to feel and appear confident and knowledgeable
  • Marketing your skills and talents to be seen as a leader by everyone else
  • Stop asking and start announcing
  • Share challenges and best practices with other successful women

Presented by:

Simma Lieberman

Simma Lieberman is internationally known as "The Inclusionist," because she creates inclusive cultures where people love to do their best work, and customers love to do business. She has helped women for over twenty years take control of their careers, and tap into their genius to be seen and heard the way they want. Having spent the first few years of her work life watching other people get promoted while she stayed the best kept secret, Simma shares what worked for her and what can work for you, with women from across the world.

Her “Smart Women” group and individual coaching programs continue to help women from diverse backgrounds, and industries think strategically and achieve their visions for success. Simma has worked with organizations that include; Diageo, Motorola, Pillsbury Bakeries and Foodservices, Women’s Foodservice Forum, Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants, Chevron, Kaiser Permanente, Lockheed Martin, and Intel. Her articles and advice have been featured in publications such as; Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Fast Company, CNN, Black MBA, Network of Executive Women, and Managing Diversity Journal. She is the author of three books on diversity and one on stress management.

Price: $175.00