“To break the cycle of female rivalry, we have to believe there is more than one seat at the table"
Female rivalry happens when a woman uses her power to keep another woman down, mistreats her, or competes unfairly.
Here are some from my own experience:
🙅🏼♀️ Being told by my manager to not share my thoughts and opinions in meetings or with the big boss.
🙅🏼♀️ A colleague who took full-credit for my work.
🙅🏼♀️ A senior manager took me to a side room to attack me until I was in tears.
🙅🏼♀️ Confiding in a peer about about a difficult stakeholder, who then told my boss I was “having trouble building relationships.”
It was great to have my latest guest Sharon Boyd on the show, to talk about our more difficult experiences, but even more awesome to talk how the community of women we find ourselves in now, is completely challenging the stereotype.
Tune in to hear us talk about:
💻 The lack of female role models in corporate
💻 Challenging stereotypes of female competition
💻 How amazing the CX community is
💻 Finding a mentor
💻 The importance of male allies
💻 The Internet of Things (IoT)
💻 CX in Facilities Management (FM)
💻 What it was like taking an MBA
💻 The benefits of coaching
💻 Other ways to invest in yourself
We love being Women in CX!!
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