by Nancy Clark
and women aren’t planets apart, but their stereotypes sure are!”
match the stereotype. Be the new one.”
your talents and act like a woman—a smart woman—who knows how to
jump over business obstacles, even in heels.”
are allies in the women's revolution,
because it's good for families, and good for business.”
nature-nurture question is muddied by stereotypes."
time is right for women in business. Learn to avoid the remaining obstacles
and the glass ceiling will cease to exist!”
playing field is being leveled, even for those players
both women and men bring their strengths to the workplace, business benefits.”
of a lawsuit, I say shine a spotlight on double standards in the workplace.
People will decide what’s not acceptable behavior. Public opinion brings
rapid change, and that’s what I anticipate."
good news for women is that business now wants
collaborative leadership, relationship skills, sharing of information, and win/win
negotiation—skills that come easily to most women."
today’s male business culture, a woman needs to have a few more tools
than a man, but fortunately for us, we carry a purse."
are changing when women are negotiating the second shift.”
saying 'Nice girls don’t ask!' is yesterday’s advice for business.
Today’s advice is 'Women ask, and ask,
and appreciate what they get.' ”
Radio, Seminar, Keynote
Clark, author of upcoming book Working
in Heels, speaks to television and
Women Can Do and What Men Can Do to
Work Better Together
Waking Up: It's Been 77 Cents for the Last Ten Years!
for Women's Audience:
Tipping Point in Favor of Women
for All Audiences:
CEO's Want to Know: What Do Women Want?
New York Times: Big
Girls Don't Cry
News: Crying at the Office
Wall Street Journal:
DropTiresome "Rules" for Women at the Top