Elizabeth Keller was the Senior Vice President in a global role at a leading software company and the highest-ranking woman in the company. Despite years of glowing reviews, accelerated promotions and positive reinforcement, she felt she had gone as far as she could go at her company. Her next promotion would put her on the Executive Committee in a C-level role, but that promotion never came.
She believed she had over-performed on every measure she could think of and still wasn’t given the job. Finally, when she felt completely defeated, she gave up. “I could see it was never going to happen for me,” she said, “so I left.”
“Howard and Joelle have created an extraordinary book about how women can take advantage of the critical opportunities today that can transform their roles and build their careers as organizational leaders in the 21st century!”
New York Times bestselling author of Success Build to Last and executive coach
Corporate executives and women in leadership aspire to see more women in the executive positions of their companies (including themselves).
In many organizations, women are not advancing.
The good news is that women are in the position to empower themselves to advance as leaders.
The New Advantage reveals strategies for what works in improving business results by advancing women as leaders.