How To Be A Woman In Business (While Being True To Yourself)
How to Be a Woman in Business is a provocative, quick read for all women—whether you’ve just started a career in business, or already logged a few miles and are ready to get re-inspired.
Author Cheryl O’Donoghue, a successful businesswoman and certified business and life coach, interviews seven fascinating women and shares practical insights—lessons learned and real-life stories that will encourage you to become the self-empowered businesswoman you were meant to be.
Learn how to —
recognize and apply success strategies from relatable women;
determine your financial value at work and ask for promotions and salary bumps with confidence;
create more productive business relationships; overcome obstacles in the workplace; and develop a heightened sense of self-awareness.
The author also shares a powerful self-exploration exercise she calls Your Seven Circles©, which helps you look within to better understand your strengths, values, and desires, and then shows you how to take inspired action to create a career that aligns with who you really are and what’s most important to you in life. Be true to yourself. This book shows you how!
About Cheryl O'Donoghue (Des Moines, Iowa Author)
Cheryl O’Donoghue, MS, is a businesswoman, author, and human potential educator. She is also the President and Co-Founder of Mission Sisters Who Work—a humanitarian organization dedicated to advancing the development of women who work by bringing relatable, self-empowerment books and programming to charitable groups.
Over the years, Cheryl’s writing has appeared in numerous business publications across the financial services, healthcare, and corporate training industries. Her book How to Be a Woman in Business (While Being True to Yourself) was released in February 2018. She is in the process of writing a new book How to Be a Woman in Technology (While Making Progress in Matters that Matter Most), which is scheduled for release early in 2019.
Cheryl also has had success designing and facilitating engaging programs that build skills in Emotional Intelligence and Employee Strengths, two areas in which she has added to her subject matter expertise over the years. Before starting her own consulting practice, Cheryl held the position of Chief Communications Officer, VP of Human Resources and Marketing for VNA Health Care and before that Senior VP for Financial Training Resources; as well as other executive roles in learning and development, healthcare and financial services organizations. Cheryl earned a Master of Science degree in Adult Business Education from Northern Illinois University and several industry certifications as an executive and business coach. She currently serves on the faculty at Harper College, designing and teaching personal growth courses for the college’s Continuing Education program.