A guide for Asian women to tap into their confidence, joy, and shine as leaders in today's world
In 2021, women represented 54.3% of the US workforce but only held 35% of senior leadership positions. Of that percentage, only 2.7% of Asian women were seen in management roles. While there have been great leaps for women in the workplace in the last decade, women of color still fall behind. The Tao of Self-Confidence book sets a foundation to help Asian Women start being seen as leaders in work and life rather than by our stereotypes. In this book, you'll read about:
- Getting to the root causes of what's holding you back and stepping into your greatness
- Cultural and historical issues that affect our leadership potential
- Finding and gaining more confidence as your authentic self
With an honest and vulnerable approach, Yap Chan discusses and explores the specific challenges our community faces, historically and now in the midst of the pandemic, intergenerational and historical trauma, false stories we tell ourselves, and how we can rise above stereotypes. We'll tap into our inner joy, celebrate our authentic self, and awaken the leader within.
Sheena Yap Chan is a keynote speaker, podcaster, consultant, and author. She is on a mission to help Asian women boost their confidence to live in their authentic selves and to encourage stronger, more authentic representation for Asian women. She is a bestselling co-author of Asian Women Who Boss Up.