Many women struggle with being too nice in business or having the confidence to succeed. Drawing from her acclaimed bestsellers, author, and leading career expert, Fran Hauser will deliver a compelling webinar for women in the workplace. Hauser will prove that women don’t have to sacrifice their values or hide their authentic personalities to be successful. Sharing a wealth of personal anecdotes and time-tested strategies, she will show women how to reclaim “nice” and sidestep regressive stereotypes about what a strong leader looks like. Her accessible advice and hard-won wisdom will detail how to balance being empathetic with being decisive, rise above the double standards that can box you in, cultivate authentic confidence that projects throughout a room, and much more. Her mix of relatable stories, practical advice, and valuable tools will empower women to build fulfilling careers and reach their highest potential — all while staying true to themselves.
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About the author: Fran Hauser is a bestselling author, keynote speaker, former media executive, leading career expert, and champion of women in the workplace. Fran is the author of two books for professional women striving to create careers they love while staying true to themselves: The Myth of the Nice Girl, which has been translated into eight languages and earned the prestigious title of "Best Business Book of the Year, 2018" by Audible, and Embrace the Work, Love Your Career, which has become the go-to curriculum for women’s affinity groups nationwide. Fran is a sought-after women’s empowerment speaker, having spoken at over 200 organizations. As a former Fortune 500 executive and active start-up investor - who has funded over 30 female-founded companies - Fran’s insights have appeared in media outlets such as Fortune, CNBC, Fast Company, and Business Insider.
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