"Whoever is happy will make others happy, too. " ~ Mark Twain
As a High-Achieving Woman you are probably dissatisfied with the amount recognition and reward you receive for your considerable achievements. You work harder than most people, and are usually more successful in getting the job done. You may receive a pat on the back, but come bonus time, you’re left peering into an empty envelope. You eventually get tired of complaining to your manager about it, and frequently leave the position or the company rather than fight it. Let’s see how our High-Achieving Woman, Elizabeth handles this:
You’re all about making an impact, influencing the world around you in a positive and memorable way. One big obstacle to doing this is effective communication: to your managers, your staff and your peers.
As a High-Achieving Woman, you struggle with getting your innovative ideas across to upper management. It’s almost like the executives don’t even hear your words.
Elizabeth is a real go-getter, a manager’s dream. You know the type: The Wonder-Woman who is driven to succeed, held in awe (and sometimes fear) by her subordinates, and can always be counted on to get the job done. Her director barely has to manage her; he simply tells her the outcome he wants and lets her go. Do you need the impossible done?
Do you feel like you work harder than your peers and are considered a high producer, but are not adequately rewarded?
Are you feeling frustrated in your current job and don’t know where to go next?
Do you feel like you are not living the life you were born to live?