Sometimes showing up to work is the bravest thing you can do…
Part memoir, part analysis of workplace culture, the fourth book in the Love & Other Brave Acts series considers the world of work and the definition of career success. While Diane Lee acknowledges her excellent education has heightened her sense of entitlement at work, she also mourns her lack of career advancement.
How do you advance your career in a man’s world?
Diane comes to an understanding that her honesty, forthrightness and stubborn propensity to bravely speak up when silence is the better option may not be the most sought after of qualities in the modern workplace, which is still a man’s world…
Why you’ll love this book
Adapted from The Diane Lee Project, readers will find this collection of essays honest, brave and compelling.
And anyone who has found themselves disillusioned about the progress of their career despite the abundance of career advice, will relate to this book.
About the Author
Diane Lee is the author of the Love & Other Stuff series and Queen Bee at Delicious Publishing. A former English teacher, she now works part-time in corporate learning and development. Diane has a Master of Arts in a Communication Management and has been employed in various public relations and marketing communication roles over the years. She is grateful for this experience, because it means the business side of publishing isn’t at all scary. Her main claims to fame are serendipitously touching Benedict Cumberbatch at OzComicCon in 2014 and making Markus Zusak--author of The Book Thief--guffaw at his book signing. She lives in Adelaide, South Australia with her daughter and cat.