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You work hard.  You‘re good at what you do.  

And you‘re baffled.  

Because your ideas and concerns aren’t heard - but then a guy echoes your thoughts, and the whole room springs to attention.

Because the man with less experience just got promoted to the position you’d hoped and worked for.  (_And_ he goes home earlier every day.)

Because your boss reacted badly - to say the least - when you tried negotiation tactics your male co-worker used successfully.

Because ... fill in your own experiences here!

Gender role expectations are deeply ingrained in everyone, men and women, from infancy onwards.  And they play a very profound yet subtle role in how women can be successful - and how hard they have to work at it.

When you don’t know the subtleties, you get sidetracked, diverted, and trapped by them.  Every time.  Over and over.

It’s not in your mind.  It’s not a glass ceiling, and it’s not a sticky floor.  It’s a maze.  And you’ve been trying to find your way through in the dark.  With your hands tied behind your back.

Announcing a powerful new women’s success program:  “Mapping the Maze:  Charting your way through the tangle of gender differences in the workplace.”  

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It’s based on women’s experiences, and on studies of women done by women.  Which means that unlike those other programs or books you’ve tried, it’s from a woman’s perspective.  So it won’t lead you into trying out techniques that work for men - but not for women.

As they said in the 1980s, you’ve come a long way.

It’s time to go even further.

Take a look:  [Link Removed] 

And don’t delay.  It starts in September - and it’s open to just eight smart, motivated women.  And there are only seven spots left!

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