In The Inequality Equalizer, career coach and executive search consultant Jena Abernathy shares real-world success strategies for young professionals in a -nsense guide that will help them balance their junkyard dogs and pedigrees, strategize their careers, and gain the confidence, skills, and kw-how they need to get results, make winning impressions, and build long-lasting success on their way to the C-suite. Packed with real-world anecdotes and case studies, The Inequality Equalizer illustrates how everyday experiences can propel or thwart the career objectives of young women entering the cutthroat world of business. The book will discuss: *Creating a strong brand for yourself that defines who you are, what you want, and what you want to be kwn for *Making the most of the opportunities and risks that come to anyone climbing the corporate ladder *Strategizing your career want it, claim it, own it *Understanding corporate culture and business etiquette
Jena Abernathy (Atlanta, GA) is a nationally recognized leader in human capital management, performance excellence, and organizational development, and a passionate advocate for women in executive and governing board roles. A frequent speaker and noted leadership expert, Jena has written for and been featured in a wide variety of different media, including CNN, the Financial Times, CBS Money Watch, FOX Business, and the Miami Herald. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Kelli Christiansen (Chicago, IL) is an editor and writer who has spent more than twenty years in publishing, working with such publishers as Consumer Guide, Jossey-Bass, McGraw-Hill, Sourcebooks and Wiley. She is also the founder and publisher of Chicago Book Review and the founder of Chicago Publishing Network.