How Women Should Speak Up To Get Ahead at Work

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Tara Sophia Mohr, author of the viral smash ’10 Rules for Brilliant Women’, was in studio in light of March’s Women’s History Month to share advice on how women can communicate with power at work and stop undermining themselves with their words.

A recent study found that women account for 51.4% of middle managers in the U.S., but only 4.2% of Fortune 500 CEO’s. According to Tara, the CEO stats for women will continue to improve, but only incrementally, until women recognize the things they tend to do that undermine themselves in their work.

For more information on Tara or to get a FREE copy of her book, visit her official website here.

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