Women! That's How Success Works

Tips for Career and Business from Two Heads of State to a Manager with Six Children: Checklists Examples Templates
 
 
Best of HR - Berufebilder.de® (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 3. Januar 2019
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  • 150 Seiten
 
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What this book can do for you: You support certified climate protection projects, receive compact information and checklists from experts (overview and press reviews in the book preview) as well as advice proven in practice, which leads step by step to success -also thanks to add-on.
Because women are still underrepresented in positions of power and leadership - and buzzwords such as "glass ceiling", gender pay gap or compatibility of work and family quickly come up. Numerous successful women, such as German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the former President of Iceland, TV presenter Petra Gerster, a member of the Bundestag or a top manager with six children, show how things can be improved.
We give you the best possible help on the topics of career, finance, management, personnel work and life assistance. For this purpose, we gather in each book the best experts in their field as authors - detailed biographies in the book - , who give a comprehensive overview of the topic and additionally offer you success planner workbooks in printed form.
Our guidebooks are aimed primarily at beginners. Readers who are looking for more in-depth information can get it for free as an add-on with individual content as desired. This concept is made possible by a particularly efficient, innovative digital process.
The publisher is also involved in numerous, well-documented charitable projects, e.g. on climate protection, and supports the quality of neural machine learning and international understanding through its translation from German into English.
Editor Simone Janson is chairwoman, publisher, and best-selling author. She was also one of the 20 most important German bloggers and columnist of renowned media - more about her in Wikipedia.

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Our publishing house has a special concept: You will find all authors in the detailed table of contents paired with information as desired, free onDemand-eCourses as add-on, and many more offers. Our books on job, hr, management, finance and life support are praised by press and customers - more in the book. Editor Simone Janson is a German Top-20-Blogger, bestselling author and was a columnist for renowned media - more in Wikipedia. We support neural machine learning with our AI-translation.
  • Intro
  • Imprint
  • Introduction: How this book supports you
  • Add-on, press reviews and customer feedback
  • Content of the book
  • Structure of the book
  • Information as desired and additional material to the book!
  • Personal eBooks and eCourses
  • TV Presenter Petra Gerster about women and career: Women can do just as much as men! // By Simone Janson
  • The husband stays with the children
  • Family more important than career
  • You have to get together
  • Healthy dispute culture
  • And female: as an educator in the field of business administration // By Simone Janson
  • Exception in the university landscape
  • Study of educational science
  • Consultant for corporations and medium-sized companies
  • Career wife and mother
  • Women's quota for role models: Can science change prejudice against women? // By Prof. Dr. Niels van Quaquebeke
  • What are Gender Trainings?
  • Concrete Abilities & Awarness Trainings
  • Subliminal discrimination and subtle methods
  • How does this work?
  • Do pictures help against prejudice?
  • The methodology
  • The hypothesis
  • [Interview] Verena Pausder on women's quota, role models and mutual support // By Simone Janson
  • Ms Pausder, Women as internet bosses are still rare - why is that?
  • What mental barriers?
  • So the women are to blame themselves?
  • How would you like to change that?
  • A popular career obstacle is children ...
  • This sounds very idealistic. Do you have children yourself?
  • How do you get yourself the balancing act?
  • The women's quota was recently discussed violently - for example, under the aspect of role model function. What is your position on this?
  • And that would be?
  • Why is it still important that more women work in management positions?
  • How did that look in your previous jobs? How does it work alone among men?
  • So on typical-feminine characteristics?
  • Also in the management days?
  • How should a woman look to the outside?
  • Founder report in eCommerce: As a woman successfully self-employed on the Internet // By Sabine Linz
  • Friendship becomes a plan for self-employment
  • In addition to the job to work out the first concept
  • The idea: Mass customization for real jewelery
  • Women self-employed in the network?
  • A decision with heart blood and passion
  • A harmonious team had top priority
  • From the team came the idea to start up the foundation
  • What is EXIST?
  • Who can get EXIST?
  • A dream becomes true
  • The tears ran down my cheeks
  • Decisive: the product presentation
  • How is the order?
  • Magento as an open source eCommerce system
  • Product presentation with individualized CAD and rendering systems
  • How Exist helped us
  • A dream becomes true
  • Young scientist in the USA: "The universities are better equipped" // By Simone Janson
  • 40.000 scientists and skilled workers leave Germany every year
  • Why Austin?
  • University as an important economic factor of the city
  • The universities are better equipped than in Germany
  • How to make a leap into the USA?
  • Visa for highly educated people
  • Foreign Office as a hub and point of reference
  • Austin - the most liberal city in Texas
  • Cowboys and Booles games
  • Washing machine in the garden
  • Return to work after baby break: career killer parental leave? // By Maike Dietz
  • Before parental leave: Plan ahead
  • In any case keep contacts!
  • A problem especially for executives
  • During parental leave: show presence and develop constantly
  • How do you stay in conversation?
  • At the end of parental leave: Prepare the entry well
  • What to do when the job is gone?
  • Compatibility of role stereotypes, work and family: outdoor mom in Canada // By Simone Janson
  • The job requires full use
  • No 9-5 job
  • Serenity against stress and female roll clichés
  • Outdoor camping at -30 degrees
  • With love for the job
  • No wire rope act
  • Child care regulated by the state
  • Double income as a financial necessity
  • Women as entrepreneurs in a male domain [with checklist] // By Simone Janson
  • Women found a different way
  • Acceptance problems are rare
  • Self-confidence: Women have to be more confident
  • Female strengths
  • Cliché or reality? Women as entrepreneurs - research results
  • Checklist for self-employed women
  • Summary
  • [Interview] Antje-Lezius, Member of Parliament and ex-entrepreneur: "Women believe they are not good enough yet" // By Simone Janson
  • Ms Lezius, why did you start your own business then?
  • Is it more difficult to finance such a large-scale project for women?
  • Would you do it again?
  • Where exactly were the difficulties?
  • Speaking of work organization: You have two daughters today. Where do you see the problems of reconciling independence and family?
  • Studies show that women make less sales than men. What makes women worse than men?
  • What do women do better than men?
  • Do women, because of the difficulties that arise during the business start-up and the company day, meet differently?
  • What are the obstacles to women who want to start a business?
  • To be competent: Cheerfulness vs. Leadership of managers // By Maike Dietz
  • Show weakness - not allowed
  • Back to the Future?
  • Rethinking in business
  • Even the woman!
  • The Bastille of femininity is to be defended
  • Why is not woman advancing - and what can she do about it?
  • Gründerreport Eco-Fashion Week in Vancouver: Improve the world in small steps // By Simone Janson
  • From the buyer to the eco-enthusiast
  • Do something fundamentally different
  • More eco-awareness through voluntary self-control
  • We have to share and discuss knowledge
  • Second-hand instead of throwing away
  • Enthusiastic and pragmatic
  • Rules of Power for Women: Beware of the top dog! // By Isabel Nitzsche
  • Why women should deal with rankings
  • Departure from the classic Kaminkarriere
  • New signs, old patterns of behavior
  • Companies are not rule-free spaces
  • Study on career requirements in the knowledge economy
  • Cooperation or career
  • Almost all project managers are men
  • Study of the University of Hamburg: Women must believe more strongly in their careers
  • Do not women want to lead?
  • [Interview] Manager and mother Sophia von Rundstedt: "I can only laugh about the term Rabenmutter." // By Simone Janson
  • Ms von Rundstedt, recently an employee was dismissed in an agency, right after returning from six months parental leave. Is this now a step forward that it also meets men or does it rather show how retrogressive companies are?
  • What could have been bettered by communication?
  • Is not that something idealistic? Most women would never admit their children's wishes to the boss.
  • Part time was not possible?
  • Speaking of DAX companies: Are you for or against the women's quota?
  • According to a current US-Studie Women's careers often fail due to bosses and role models ...
  • You yourself have two children and run a company with 300 employees - how do you get that under a hat?
  • Now, not every spouse is willing to compromise ...
  • 70 percent of your employees are female. Are not pregnancies a cost factor for companies?
  • Childcare is also not cheap. Can only managers manage children?
  • Is Rabenmutter a swear word for you?
  • Success killer Hierarchy: Away with the power posturing! // By Anne M. Schüller
  • To moderate hierarchy
  • How hierarchy can be reconstructed
  • Way with the dress code
  • Equipped with shield and sword
  • Take care!
  • How women in leadership fail: Do good and talk about it // By Cristina Muderlak
  • Men talk about their competences
  • The boss has to see what I'm doing!
  • Women must overcome more inhibitions
  • Working with the boss when communicating
  • [Interview] Sabine Hansen Peck, Board Member Amadeus IT-Group: Diversity and Advancement of Women // By Simone Janson
  • Ms Hansen Peck, there are also several initiatives in Germany that are designed to inspire women for technical professions. But they seem to have little desire.
  • Sounds good. The public discussion shows, however, that women are facing a serious conflict of interest between work and children. Or is this a specifically German phenomenon?
  • Do managers with adequate financial resources find it easier or harder to combine work and family?
  • What does it look like in Amadeus?
  • What has been the result of these efforts?
  • What are the benefits of a company to promote women?
  • [Interview] Iceland's former head of state Vigdís Finnbogadóttir: "Women need more self-confidence!" // By Simone Janson
  • Ms Finnbogadóttir, you were Xnumx for many years the Icelandic state and at the same time the child who was a mother, while many women still fail in leadership positions on this balancing act. How did you manage this?
  • This sounds very simple indeed. But will not it be a question of money?
  • That sounds very combative ...
  • Women, children and careers - what does that look like in Iceland today?
  • Do you see yourself as a role model for the young women today?
  • What are your tasks today?
  • Why?
  • Which languages ??do you speak yourself?
  • Teamwork and Mixed Leadership: Do Women Lead Better? // By Ulrike Stahl
  • Women prefer teamwork
  • The ideal modern leader is cooperative
  • The inner attitude
  • Even men cooperate ... if it is worthwhile (for them)!
  • Balance
  • Check your posture in 2 steps
  • The multiperspectival view helps
  • Openness and clear language
  • Men and Women
  • Earning more money: women can change that in a concrete way! // By Simone Janson
  • What does the Payments Transparency Act mean for women?
  • The pay gap is considerably larger than expected
  • Attention Part-time
  • What women should do
  • Break taboos and do not wait patiently
  • Salary of women: 4 theses on women in leadership positions // By Simone Janson
  • Long-running topic women and salary
  • The situation today? Hardly any better!
  • More women in leadership positions: 4 theses
  • [Interview] Professor Dr. Petra Jansen, Department of Sports Science, University of Regensburg: emotion control, career goals and women // By Simone Janson
  • Ms Prof. Dr. Jansen, please briefly travel around your research area.
  • Can emotions be effectively controlled at all?
  • And what is more important: the IQ or the EQ?
  • In recent times, there are always criticisms of mindfulness, eg by the feminist Laurie Penny or even in Connect to Silicon Valley, What do you think of criticism of mindfulness?
  • There is a lot of criticism of digital media. Is cell phone and internet consumption less mindful? And what about newer technologies like augmented and virtual reality?
  • Is mindfulness also able to achieve goals? What strategy do you recommend to people when it comes to achieving goals?
  • As far as career goals are concerned, women are often talking about a glass ceiling. Can you confirm that or not?
  • And how do their own experiences as women and mothers look like?
  • How do you create a professorship in a conservative science company?
  • What do you advise young mothers who are looking for a scientific career?
  • Can you confirm that?
  • Do people under pressure feel better and more productively, or should they be more relaxed?
  • How do you define happiness or flow at all?
  • Which sport would you recommend to increase flow, happiness and productivity?
  • So Mixed Leadership brings company success: more women = more money // By Johannes Schmeer, Simone Janson
  • What leading companies do differently with the example of Ali Baba
  • Women's welfare programs do not help
  • Women to power? D rather not!
  • The effect of promoting women vanishes in the corporate culture
  • Differences can be managed just as little as time
  • Changing corporate cultures sustainably - but how?
  • Women bring more money to companies
  • A sad realization?
  • Old prejudices in the minds
  • Preach water, drink wine
  • Germany - developing country in working time management
  • Way with the raven-mother?
  • Are the women themselves guilty?
  • Summary
  • 8 career tips from Angela Merkel: That's how success works for women // By Simone Janson
  • Consider election campaign activities critically
  • The most powerful woman in the world quite nearby
  • The biography of Angela Merkel
  • Angela Merkel gives 8 tips on career and success of women
  • The dress code of the Coca-Cola Director: Clothes as career boosters for women? // By Simone Janson
  • Dresscode as a career booster?
  • The right clothes are used to separate the spirits
  • Familiar conventions break
  • Dresscode - a constant tightrope walk?
  • Strongly arrested in gender stereotypes
  • Skirts and tights for men?
  • Attract attention by breaking clichés
  • Summary
  • Teamwork Diversity and Mixed Leadership: Communicating Men and Women - 2 X 3 Tips // By Dr. Cornelia Topf
  • Direct communication is rude?
  • Men think differently!
  • Overriding or not
  • Women or men - who has to adapt?
  • That's how women talk - 3 examples
  • Example 1: Queries
  • Example 2: Subjunctive
  • Example 3: Dominance
  • That's the way men talk - 3 examples
  • Example 1: Competitive behavior
  • Example 2: Aggressiveness
  • Example 3: selfishness
  • Career Strategy and Business Support for Women: 5 Tips for Leadership Women // By Fiona Elsa Dent, Vicki Holton
  • Manage leadership
  • Women have less role models than men
  • 5 Tips for Career and Leadership Success
  • Examples of successful women's management
  • Women in Management Positions: Study on the Personality and Living Conditions of Female Managers // By Simone Janson
  • Too few women as managers: differentiated views are necessary
  • Leaders are just different
  • Do female bosses have to become more male?
  • Living conditions are more crucial than personality
  • Women still have to choose between work and family
  • Women's power in leadership: 3 key competences for successful women // By Antje Heimsoeth
  • The mentality makes it
  • Power games between women
  • Allow other women to succeed
  • 3 key competences for successful women
  • Key Competency # 1: Conflict Capability
  • Key Competency No. 2: Self esteem
  • Key Competency # 3: Tolerance
  • Conclusion: women have to stop blocking themselves
  • Top Manager with 6 Kids: 10 compatibility tips // By Simone Janson
  • Fears and crises are part of it
  • Inspiration
  • Starting a business for the fun of having fun?
  • Calculated risk
  • Company boss with 6 children
  • 10 compatibility tips overview
  • Closing Remarks
  • Authors Overview
  • Fiona Elsa Dent
  • Maike Dietz
  • Antje Heimsoeth
  • Vicki Holton
  • Simone Janson
  • Sabine Linz
  • Cristina Muderlak
  • Isabel Nitzsche
  • Johannes Schmeer
  • Anne M. Schüller
  • Ulrike Stahl
  • Dr. Cornelia Topf
  • Prof. Dr. Niels van Quaquebeke
  • About the publisher Best of HR - Berufebilder.de®
  • Notes on translation
  • AI and neural networks: How is our translation produced?
  • How we support neural machine translation
  • Quality of translations: What experts and the press say
  • Liability

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