#Upcycle Your Job
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#Upcycle Your Job

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88 Pages
English

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Women make up the majority of university graduates. They enter the workplace in equal numbers with men. But many workplaces still operate with cultures developed over a century ago to reflect a predominantly male workforce and vastly differing social expectations. So all too often as women become parents they are forced to fix things in the only way they can - by downgrading their job expectations or dropping out of the corporate world.

Anna Meller believes it’s high time we #Upcycled our jobs and careers to fit today's lifestyles and meet women's changed expectations. Her PROPEL model offers ambitious working mothers new possibilities for progressing their corporate careers. 

In this book, Anna leads you through an evidence-based six step process that supports you in finding the balance you need. Practical exercises enable you to craft a working arrangement that meets your employer’s expectations as well as your own aspirations, and to develop the key skills you need to maintain it.

Foreword
Introduction 
Part 1 Preparing to #Upcycle 
Chapter 1 The three things we need to #Upcycle
(or why women struggle to lean in) 
Chapter 2 How to #Upcycle your corporate future 
Part 2 Your tailored #Upcycling strategy
Chapter 3 Preferences 
Chapter 4 Roles 
Chapter 5 Options 
Chapter 6 Possibilities 
Chapter 7 Essential skills
Chapter 8 Leadership 
Part 3 Power tools for #Upcycling 
Chapter 9 Introducing positive psychology 
Chapter 10 Parting thoughts 
Acknowledgements 
References 
About the author
Index 

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Published 29 March 2019
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EAN13 9781788600767
Language English
Document size 1 MB

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