Thank you for taking part in this survey and making a valuable contribution to my book. Your voice and opinion matter.

In the wake of #metoo, gender pay gap reporting and alarming statistics showing that the number of women in leadership positions in Britain’s biggest companies has actually fallen*, it’s clear that something has to change.

The great news is that many organisations are paving the way for women to move into leadership roles; the bad news is that women still don’t seem ready to make the leap. Research shows that they are still held back by low self-confidence, lack of female role models and ingrained self-doubt.

PowerUp: The Guide to Unleashing Your Potential is THE book for ambitious women who aspire to leadership or simply want to receive the recognition they deserve at work. Based on a real world understanding of challenges faced by women everywhere, the book will leave readers with increased motivation and the confidence to achieve success.

If you are a woman and want to fulfil your potential at work, please add your experience and views through completing this short questionnaire.

As a thank you, you will receive a free PowerUp Guide plus an invitation to a webinar where I’ll share the top six recommendations from PowerUp. The first 20 people to respond will also receive a free copy of the book and an invitation to the launch, taking place later this year.

Thank you

Antoinette Dale Henderson
 
https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/expertise/changing-world-of-work/gender-and-leadership/female-ftse-index

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* 1. Please provide your email address if you’d like to join the FREE webinar and take part in the draw to receive a FREE copy of the book and invitation to the book launch

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* 2. Which of the following challenges do you experience at work? (Please tick as many as you wish)

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* 3. Which of the following support and development opportunities would you like to have at work? (Please tick as many as you wish)

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* 4. Do you think women behave differently from men at work?

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* 5. Do you think that showing emotion at work is OK?

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* 6. How do you think women tend to view one another at work?

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* 7. Thinking about ‘being powerful at work’ as being able to achieve your goals and feeling in control of your world, do you feel ‘powerful’ at work?

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* 8. Using the definition above, would you like to ‘be more powerful at work’

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* 9. Which of the following Power Styles are you comfortable regularly displaying at work? (Please tick as many as you wish)

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* 10. Please add any comments about this survey, the PowerUp book and the challenges and opportunities facing women at work today.

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