- 256 pages
- Outspoken: Why Women's Voices Get Silenced and How to Set Them Free
- Veronica Reuckert
- 06 October 2019 Veronica Reuckert
Are You Done With The Mansplaining Have You Been Interrupted One Too Many Times Don T Stop Talking Take Your Voice Back.Women S Voices Aren T Being Heard At Work, At Home, In Public, And In Every Facet Of Their Lives When They Speak Up, They Re Seen As Pushy, Loud, And Too Much When Quiet, They Re Dismissed As Meek And Mild Everywhere They Turn, They Re Confronted By The Assumptions Of A Male Dominated World.From The Supreme Court To The Conference Room To The Classroom, Women Are Interrupted Far Often Than Their Male Counterparts In The Lab, Researchers Found That Female Executives Who Speak Often Than Their Peers Are Rated 14 Percent Less Competent, While Male Executives Who Do The Same Enjoy A 10 Percent Competency Bump.In Outspoken, Veronica Rueckert A Peabody Award Winning Former Host At Wisconsin Public Radio, Trained Opera Singer, And Communications Coach Teaches Women To Recognize The Value Of Their Voices And Tap Into Their Inherent Power, Potential, And Capacity For Self Expression Detailing How To Communicate In Meetings, Converse Around The Dinner Table, And Dominate Political Debates, Outspoken Provides Readers With The Tools, Guidance, And Encouragement They Need To Learn To Love Their Voices And Rise To The Obligation To Share Them With The World.Outspoken Is A Substantive Yet Entertaining Analysis Of Why Women Still Haven T Been Fully Granted The Right To Speak, And A Guide To How We Can Start Changing The Culture Of Silence Positive, Instructive, And Supportive, This Welcome And Much Needed Handbook Will Help Reshape The World And Make It Better For Women And For Everyone It S Time To Stop Shutting Up And Start Speaking Out.