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Introducing a new series from Ellevate Network:

We’ll let the stories speak for themselves.

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Women in Power: Defining Success on Their Own Terms

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Part One, "Changing Paths, Starting over, and Navigating Transitions" is available for free download today. 

Stay tuned for parts two through five later this year!

“Everyone on the planet is amazing, and has gifts that no one else has. And it's time now to do the inner work to pave the way for the outer success of knowing who you are, knowing what you have to offer, and being courageous enough to go for that.”
- Kathy Caprino

Stories from Part One:

  • Kathy Caprino, “Getting Over the Career Slump”
     
  • Deepali Vyas, “Speaking Up and Getting What You’re Worth”
     
  • Caroline Ceniza-Levine, “Talking Career Transitions and Negotiations”
      
  • Jennefer Witter, “Resilience and Public Relations”
     
  • Karen Davis-Farage, “Finding a New Path”
     
  • Amanda Veinott, “Military Veterans and Career Transitions”
     
  • Sally Hubbard, “Killing It”
     
  • Betty Liu, “Emotional Intelligence”
     
  • May Busch, “Creating Value and Staying Interested”
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