She Wins, You Win: The Most Important Rules Every Woman Needs to Know by Gail Evans
The New York Times bestselling author of Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman tells women the ONE RULE they need to know in order to succeed in business.
In her first book, Gail Evans showed women how to get ahead in the workplace by learning the unwritten rules of business that men "wrote" and play by. In She Wins, You Win, Gail takes her empowering approach to corporate success a step further by telling women that it isn't enough to understand the men's ruleswomen must create their own. In SHE WINS, YOU WIN Gail shares the secrets of: · The importance of being a team playerand how to set up your own winning team · When it's okay to break the rules · How to use the resources already at your disposal much more powerfully · Rainmaking, and why it's absolutely essential to women's success · When to stay quiet and when to share information · Why women should forget networking and start "webbing" · Why you have to watch our for Silent Treatment Sophie and Queen Bea · Why you don't have to play golf
Whether you're a top executive or an entry-level assistant, She Wins, You Win will give you the tactics and strategies you need to attain your career goals.
Gail Evans is the author of Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman, a phenomenal bestseller that has quickly become a classic in its field. A former White House Aide and CNN's first female executive vice president, Ms. Evans was responsible for creating some of CNN's most successful shows. She currently lectures around the country, mentoring and teaching women of all ages and business backgrounds how to get ahead in today's corporate world.
Table of Contents
The Women's Team
Why You Must Play on the Women's Team
How to Join the Team
Tips for the Team
Team Tip One: Be a Mentor
Team Tip Two: Rainmake
Team Tip Three: Uncover and Share Information
Team Tip Four: Keep Quiet
Team Tip Five: Unite with All Women at All Times
Team Tip Six: Make Team-Related Choices
Team Tip Seven: Weave a Female Web
Challenges of the Team
Twelve Team Members to Watch Out For
The Eleven Most Common Team Questions (and Answers)