Embracing Your Power
Amazon Bestseller in Business Mentoring & Coaching and Women & Business
Would you like to discover your most authentic, powerful leadership self? Would you like to define success based on your own terms?
When women readers finish Embracing Your Power, they will feel confident, supported, and seen. They will think, I am enough; I’ve got this. Focusing on greater self-awareness as a woman, a leader, and as a powerful and authentic woman leader, Marsha Clark also explores building interpersonal relationships based on a foundation of mutual trust, setting and maintaining boundaries, and managing conflict.
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Ready to become a more effective leader, overcome organizational issues, and empower your team? Your Authentic Path To Powerful Leadership is here to help you achieve more than ever before.
Executive Consultant and Coach Marsha Clark's renowned POWER OF SELF leadership program has enabled thousands of women throughout the U.S. and globally to explore, discover and optimize their personal and professional potential. Her expertise and leadership tools are now available to the next generation of women leaders, with the release of her new book, Embracing Your Power: A Woman's Path to Authentic Leadership and Meaningful Relationships. Marsha joins Anne to share her take on the challenges and opportunities that the COVID pandemic has created for women, and how growing up with a special needs Sister shaped her vision for authentic leadership.
Power Up Women! The Podcast, featuring Marsha Clark
ISG Digital Dish Episode 16: Invisible Differences
Hear Marsha speak with Jeanne Cuff about Invisible Differences on the podcast from ISG
The differences between men and women have been the subject of thorny debates for centuries. Still today, stories can be found in the media that vastly exaggerate these differences. Yet, much of modern research fails to support many of the gender-based stereotypes with which we are all familiar. Numerous studies have shown that the differences between men’s and women’s brains are far less profound than previously thought. If these differences are so slight, then do they really matter? And how do they impact women in the workplace?
Entrepreneur, Author and Coach
Marsha Clark is an executive coach and independent consultant who founded her own company in 2000. Marsha's passion is supporting women in their personal and professional development, and she has gained international acclaim for her programs that enable women to explore, discover and optimize their potential.