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In the midst of unforeseeable changes and hardships, the
inspiring women in this book access their inner strength and
persevere. In spite of unimaginable adversity, they find ways to
unleash their power and triumphantly succeed.
Voices of the 21st Century is a celebration of resilience. Be
encourage by these stories and discover the secret that has
been true all along: You are resilient, and you have the power
to rise and make a difference.
Paula M. Kramer has researched stereotypes since
1988. Using her degrees in Women’s Studies and
Communication, she conducts online workshop
for ending stereotypes in negative workplace gossip
and for chipping away stereotypes that build glass
ceilings for anyone. All of Paula’s recommended
strategies use positive words and actions.
Gail Watson is president and founder of Women
Speakers Association (WSA), the go-to place for
innovative leaders, change-agents, and women with
a message to connect, collaborate, and grow their
visibility worldwide in order to fulfill their mission. As
the first-ever global community for women speakers,
WSA provides a platform for women to get seen,
booked, and paid AND be part of a growing network
reaching women in 120 countries.
“It’s a pleasure to congratulate Paula M. Kramer, author of Resilience Against Stereotypes, for her writing in Voices of the 21st Century: Resilient Women Who Rise and Make a Difference.
Paula overcame being negatively targeted from the cradle on. Despite this mental, emotional torture, a significant disability and the sudden death of husband, she created “Speaking from Triumph Over Tragedy” and presents online training throughout the world.
Lynne Curry, Ph.D., author of Beating the Workplace Bully (AMACOM, 2016), Solutions: 411 Workplace Answers 911 Revelations for Workplace Challenges and Firefights, and Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox, Business Experts Press, 2021.