Are you looking for more impact and reward in your career but need more confidence and bravery to reach your highest and most rewarding potential? In this insightful webinar, Kathy Caprino, author of The Most Powerful You: 7 Bravery-Boosting Paths to Career Bliss, helps women access more confidence and power. As an executive coach, she teaches critical principles and strategies for achieving the highest level of reward and impact in women’s professional lives. Kathy will share essential information about the seven most damaging power gaps that 98% of women are experiencing and that prevent them from thriving in their careers, along with the seven bravery-boosting paths to close these gaps for good.
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About the author: Kathy Caprino, M.A. is an international career and leadership coach, writer, speaker, and executive trainer helping professional women rise, thrive, and reach their highest, most rewarding potential. A former corporate VP, she is a trained therapist, seasoned executive coach, Senior Forbes contributor, top media source on women’s issues, and the author of two books, including her latest, The Most Powerful You:7 Bravery-Boosting Paths to Career Bliss. She leverages her decades of marketing, communications, research, branding, managerial and leadership experience, and therapeutic work to support mid- to high-level professionals to positively impact their work and cultures and lead and influence with positive power, confidence, and self-esteem to generate top business results. With her top-ranked Finding Brave podcast, books, assessments, coaching programs, courses, Coach Certification training, and other key resources, Kathy’s been named a Top Career Coach and Leadership Voice in the U.S. and abroad. For more information, visit kathycaprino.com, findingbrave.org, and follow Kathy on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
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