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“ A must read for women wanting to take charge of their careers!” –Jacqueline Binkert, Ph.D., Executive Coach, Co-author, Appreciative Coaching: A Positive Process for Change
Praise for What’s In Your Sandwich?
“What’s in Your Sandwich? is practical, empowering and inspiring! A must read for any woman who wants to start a career, enhance her career or transition her career to an unknown new beginning. “ – Monica E. Emerson, Navy Diversity Officer, U.S. Department of Navy
“ Through metaphors, stories and honest advice, Giangrande artfully presents the key elements for an empowered approach to excelling in one’s career in today’s business environment. I wish I had had her guidance earlier in my own career!” – Jacqueline Binkert, Ph.D., Executive Coach and co-author of Appreciative Coaching: A Positive Process for Change
“Giangrande has captured the essence of what women need to build the success they desire in their career. The information practicality, pearls of lessons-learned, statically facts, and strong dose of truths from “a reality check”, comes from a woman who not only has the expertise and experience, but the heart, compassion, and intellect to deliver the message as it should be told.” -Earlexia M. Norwood, M.D.Physician-In-Charge Henry Ford Medical Center-Troy
“In her book, “What’s in Your Sandwich?” Jocelyn Giangrande’s creativity and years of successful coaching of young working- women provide an insightful and refreshing twist on this age-old dilemma.” -Kathy Oswald, SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer, Henry Ford Health System, Human Resource World’s Top 50 HR Executives in the World, Crain’s Detroit Business’ Most Influential Women