Have you experienced misogyny at work?
Most women will say that they have experienced some form of misogyny from managers, co-workers, clients, or colleagues. And yet there is another place where misogyny breeds.
Somewhere quite unexpected, especially for those of us who consider ourselves feminists. A more internal source, one that’s quite close to home - ourselves.
In this week's blog
Kim shares some thoughts about how we can start to chip away at the subconscious messages that have been wired into our brains that can hold us back in our careers, impact our relationships, and degrade the core of our self-esteem.
About the Author
Kim Romain is a transformational life and leadership coach who helps bring confidence and clarity to her clients as they stop focusing on the minutia that is keeping them stuck and start living into the most authentic version of themselves.