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The Inequality Equalizer: Want It, Claim It, Own It--and Maximize Your Career Success

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781634253741
Service #: 42005628
Shelf Space: 1 in.
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The Inequality Equalizer: Want It, Claim It, Own It--and Maximize Your Career Success



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Published by the American Bar Association (ABA), The Inequality Equalizer: Want It, Claim It, Own It – and Maximize Your Career Success shares real-world success strategies for young professionals in a no-nonsense guide that will help them balance their “junkyard dogs” and “pedigrees,” strategize their careers, and gain the confidence, skills, and know-how they need to get results, make winning impressions, and build long-lasting success on their way to the C Suite.

Packed with real-world anecdotes and case studies, The Inequality Equalizer illustrates how everyday experiences can propel, or thwart, the career objectives of young women entering the cutthroat world of business. Executive search expert Jena Abernathy explains the importance of not only knowing what you want, but claiming and owning it as well, and shares why making the most of opportunities, and risks, can mean the difference between advancing to the next level or becoming mired in the status quo.

While some career advice books sugar-coat their advice, this book is strictly no-nonsense and straight from the gut. It is, in short, the guide that most of us will wish we had read a long time ago, much earlier in our careers.

The Inequality Equalizer levels the playing field and gives you the tools and confidence you need to succeed and thrive in the C Suite. If there was only one bit of Abernathy could give today's young professional women, it would be: "Get real and get over yourself."