A Blueprint to Transform Your Career

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How professional women—especially women of color—can harness the power of being intentional and strategic to transform the headwinds you face into much-needed tailwinds.

If you’re a woman, you know this already: You face unique challenges and obstacles as you work to scale the corporate ladder. From not seeing other faces in the room that look like you to dealing with the stereotypes and (often unconscious) biases in the workplace, you may know what to do to succeed, but not how to get it done in this environment.

Join Ladies Get Paid founder & author Claire Wasserman, for an enlightening conversation with Shelmina Babai Abji, the author of the new book Show Your Worth, on how professional women—especially women of color—about how the power of being intentional and strategic can help transform the headwinds you face into much-needed tailwinds. (Fun fact: Claire featured Shelmina in her book, Ladies Get Paid!)

Claire Wasserman with Shelmina Babai Abji

Key Takeaways:

  • Define what success means to you
  • Develop your personal success plan
  • Achieve work-life balance in our disrupted world
  • Overcome fear, find your voice, and contribute at max capacity
  • Seek relevant and meaningful growth
  • Connect with first-line managers, peers, mentors, and sponsors
  • Build and preserve your reputation as a leader
  • Be strategic about earning a promotion
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About Shelmina Babai Abji

Shelmina is a TEDx speaker, board member, former vice president at IBM, and an angel investor. She started her career as a software engineer and then moved into sales and sales leadership, leading global teams to deliver over $1B in annual revenues and serving as a key decision-maker in hiring and promoting hundreds of professionals. She received extensive leadership training at IBM, Harvard University, and UCLA. As a global empowerment speaker, Abji has addressed attendees at companies, conferences, and colleges that include Google, Edward Jones, National Center for Women in Technology, Black women in STEM, and Harvard.

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