The financial services industry can be personally and financially rewarding, so why is it that so few women are in the field?
Arthea Reed and Diane Dixon draw upon the results of a Women in Insurance&Financial Services research study and their own extensive knowledge to explain the shortage as well as to inspire more women to enter or remain in the field.
Some of the most successful women in financial services have overcome great personal tragedy, professional ridicule, and failure to reach the pinnacle of success. By studying their moves, you can:
follow in the footsteps of successful female financial services professionals;
train up-and-coming female professionals so they have the knowledge and tools to succeed; and
promote a workplace thats inclusive, inspirational, and encouraging for everyone.
Walk down the path to a successful and rewarding career in financial services and help others do the same by learning from amazingly successful women. Whether youre already in the industry or considering it as a career, youll get a roadmap to overcome challenges with Financial Services: Women at the Top.
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About the Author
Arthea Reed is a senior financial representative with Northwestern Mutual and senior partner of Long Term Care Insurance Connection. She was formerly a professor and chair of the Education Department at the University of North Carolina Asheville (UNCA). She earned a doctorate at Florida State University and is a UNCA professor emeritus. She divides her time between Asheville, North Carolina, and Hilton Head, South Carolina.
Diane Dixon owns 3FCoaching (Faith | Focus | Follow Through), a national coaching business. She is a national past president of Women in Insurance&Financial Services and was its Woman of the Year in 2008. She is a graduate of Coach University, a member of International Coach Federation, a consultant of The One Page Business Plan, and a practitioner with Leading From Your Strengths. She lives in Xenia, Ohio.