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March 14, 2016

How Women Get Heard at Work
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Nearly three quarters of American women – and over a half of British women – believe that at work, their voices aren't treated as seriously as a man's. This sad state of affairs was the impetus for Chris Davidson's book and for the title,Hear and Now - How Women Get Herd at Work and Why It Matters. Clearly a problem of such magnitude needs solving urgently. It's damaging to those involved and damaging to the greater economy.

In his book, women will learn how to tackle the dictatorial and overbearing communication style that’s become the corporate norm. They will be able to create a happier and more productive working environment, based on greater collaboration, arising from better relationships and a greater level of trust.
Episode Segments:
Corporate Talk: Chris Davidson
There are too few female role models for modern businesswomen to follow. Chris' book- Hear And Now; How Women Get Heard More at Work and Why It Matters - will help you become one.
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Chris Davidson
Chris founded Active Presence in 2002. His communications consultancy delivers “indelible influence” by making its clients more engaging and memorable.

Chris’s father was an ear, nose and throat surgeon and Chris enjoyed barbershop singing for many years. He uses his vocal awareness to help others be better heard and understood. Chris shares his key communication strategies in his new book, Hear & Now - How Women Get Heard More at Work and Why it Matters.

As an inspirational speaker, radio show host and award-winning author, Chris addresses all aspects of workplace communication. As a chartered engineer and ex-divisional director, Chris understands his clients’ corporate landscape.

Active Presence

Hear and Now