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Women! That's How Success Works - Tips for Career and Business from Two Heads of State to a Manager with Six Children: Checklists Examples Templates - cover

Women! That's How Success Works - Tips for Career and Business from Two Heads of State to a Manager with Six Children: Checklists Examples Templates

Simone Janson

Publisher: Best of HR - Berufebilder.de®

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THIS BOOK OFFERS YOU: Knowledge compact in a quick overview on the topic as well as advice tested in practice. The book helps you to make decisions step by step, to succeed & and contains numerous overviews & checklists to make it easier to read.
 ALL AUTHORS can be found in the table of contents in the book preview.
 PRESS & TESTIMONIALS ON THE EDITOR: Write a review on this book - more informations on berufebilder.de/en/press/. FAZ: "[Simone Janson] gives practical tips on how to reach your goals with less effort and make life easier." DIE ZEIT: "She also runs the blog Berufebilder.de, which is one of the most read blogs for profession, education & career in Germany." Hamburger Abendblatt: "Simone Janson knows her stuff!" Rheinische Post: "If you are looking for orientation, you will find it here." amazingbytes: "I couldn't put down Simone Janson's book until I was completely through... unreservedly recommendable!" PERSONALFUEHRUNG Magazine: "Simone Janson has compiled the most important rules." Press & Information Office of the German Federal Government: "Thank you for your super news-service." Dr. Margrit Bielmeier, MBHR Consulting: "Your great Best of HR-Berufebilder.de-Blog has been with me for years."
 CONTENT:  Women are still underrepresented in positions of power and leadership - and slogans such as the glass ceiling, the gender pay gap and the reconciliation of work and family quickly fall into place. How it works better, numerous successful women show how German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the former Icelandic President, TV presenter Petra Gerster, a member of the German Parliament or a top manager with six children.
 TAILOR-MADE SERVICE! With our detailed special table of contents [see bookpreview] & additional material to the book, which you as a reader can find free of charge on Best of HR - Berufebilder.de® - read more in the book. Our members can find special information & individual help on their desired topic through berufebilder.de/en/academy/. Just contact us!
 ABOUT: Simone Janson is a publisher & one of the 20 most important German female bloggers according to Blogger-Relevance-Index & Wikipedia - also see her Wikipedia entry. She is Keynote Speaker, consultant for companies such as Samsung, OTTO or Randstad in HR communications & worked for various universities & business schools. Janson has [co]published more than 20 books with publishers such as Redline Wirtschaft, Springer Gabler or Bertelsmann, including the bestseller "The 110%-Lie", translated into several languages, as well as various teaching &  university books. She was also a columnist for DIE WELT, t3n & Wirtschaftswoche [Print & Online]. Her publishing house Best of HR - Berufebilder.de® [registered trademark] offers readers tailor-made information: With numerous books, an eLearning on Demand platform, the news service "Best of HR" & more than 300 internationally known authors. All information in German & English.

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