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Empowering Women Book Club
Join us for a monthly book review sessions via Zoom that will be 60 minutes in length. Our first session featuring Gail Rudolph's book Power Up Power Down: How to Reclaim Control and Make Every Situation a Win/Win, will cover chapters 1-3, and be held at the end of March.
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About the Event
About the Book Club: Empowering Women is excited to kickoff the Empowering Women Book Club. We couldn't think of anyone better than Gail Rudolph to have our first book review with. Gail is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-selling author of her book Power Up Power Down: How to Reclaim Control and Make Every Situation a Win/Win.
For those in leadership, the imbalance of power often leads to feeling frustrated, undervalued, and overlooked-especially in women and minorities-impacting both self-esteem and the bottom line. For those feeling alone and unsure of how to respond, Power Up Power Down gives specific strategies to (finally) reclaim control and identifies proven ways to create a ‘win-win” outcome. We invite you to join us to learn more from Gail and her best-selling book.
We will hold monthly book review sessions via Zoom that will be 60 minutes in length. Our first session will cover chapters 1-3, and be held at the end of March. If you are interested in joining us please sign up below. Upon signing up, we will send out more details.
Chapter Schedule: March - Chapters 1-3 What is Power, Power and Choice, Power of Mindset
April - Chapters 4-6 Power & Influence, Power-full Boundaries,Maintaining your Power (lines up with the conference) EWL and EWii book owners can get on the same page and join us for Chapter 7 in April :-D
May - Chapters 7-13-Power Personalities: The Toxic Pollinator, The Snake, the Insulter-Offloader, The InfoHoarder, The Negation, The Swoop and Poop
June - Chapters 14—15 Power-full Language, Powerful Connections
July - Chapters 16-19 Knowing When to Power Up or Power Down, Power Tools, Power-full Alternatives
August - Chapters 20-21 Steeping into Power and the Power of Perspective