“Our executives around the world – most of them men – have read and greatly value the book. It increased their understanding of the particular challenges faced by women and enables them to better coach their employees.”
CEO of Epiroc
Believe in yourself
Many companies target improving their gender mix. The challenge includes finding ways to attract female professionals, and also to motivate more women to pursue managerial roles.
Marianne Hamilton’s book, “Advice to My Dear Daughter”, can help propel women forward in their careers. It can also support managers – male and female – in better understanding and guiding their employees through challenging situations. This book will help employees seize opportunities and make a difference.
In order to achieve real change, the driving force must come from the women themselves. A woman must understand how she can influence her career. She must believe in herself.
A BETTER PIPELINE OF MANAGERS
Why is a better gender composition important? Because it’s good for business. It’s been proven in study after study that diverse teams deliver better results. And if you want to hire the best, you need candidates representing 100% of the talent pool.
The utmost goal for companies must always be to have access to managers with the necessary competence. To achieve this they need internal mobility and employees who want to contribute both today and going forward. But above all, they need a culture that focuses on inclusion and on creating space for a gutsy attitude.
In the end, it’s all about getting a better pipeline of managers to ensure long-term sustainable growth.
BUY ADVICE TO MY DEAR DAUGHTER
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IN ENGLISH, DUTCH AND SWEDISH THROUGH SELECTED DISTRIBUTORS
Paperback version of Advice to My Dear Daughter, Några råd till min kära dotter (Swedish) and Advies aan mijn lieve dochter (Dutch) can also be bought through selected book stores and web-shops in Finland, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium. The e-book is available in English on Amazon, iTunes and Storytel.