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Step Up
Women’s Journey to Identity, Success and Power



November 2019 | 256 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd

Step Up is a transformative journey that provides women with the necessary tools to become powerful leaders. It is an ‘inner journey’ to reveal commonly held beliefs that women have of themselves and others, as well as patterns of behaviour and choices that form the lens through which they see the world. Being aware of this allows them to look at the world differently and make impactful changes in their professional lives.Borrowing from the well-known frameworks of Generative Leadership (GL) and Transactional Analysis (TA), the book provides an inside-out approach advocating potent practices that can create effective leadership.


 
Foreword by Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
 
Foreword by Bob Dunham
 
Acknowledgements
 
Introduction
 
Understanding Our Inner World
 
We See Things as We Are
 
Many Parts to Ourselves
 
Reclaiming Our Power with GREENs
 
Design Your Future
 
Design Effective Action
 
Being Present
 
The 5-Finger Solution
 
Assessments and Assertions
 
Requests
 
Offers
 
Promises
 
Declarations
 
Wind Beneath Your Wings

Corporate India lacks women in leadership roles. Women are falling behind at every level, especially just outside the gilded doors of the C-suite. Step Up allows women to challenge the unique barriers to their advancement and explore their leadership potential through a distinctive inside-out approach.’ -Neha Bagaria, Founder and CEO, JobsForHer.‘Step Up draws its “pulsating-with-life, change-maker, easy-to- identify-with” trademark from the lived realities of its author, a practicing psychotherapist, and her coachees, brought alive through personal narratives and soul-searching tools. The book grasps you—a must-read for anyone seeking to make a difference, anywhere, at any scale.’

Jean DÇunha,
Senior Global Advisor on International Migration, UN Women (views are personal)

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ISBN: 9789353287160
£16.00