Salon Moderated by Dr. Patricia Tidwell ‘73 on
Pushback: How Smart Women Ask & Stand Up for What They Want

Join us for what promises to be a lively discussion.

In Pushback, top leadership consultant Selena Rezvani argues that self-advocacy is critical to success. Yet women initiate negotiations four times less often than men, resulting in getting less of what they want--promotion opportunities, plum assignments, and higher pay. This book shines a light on the real rules of holding your own and pushing back for what is rightfully yours. Drawing on interviews with high-level leaders, Rezvani offers listeners in the first half of their career the unedited truth about how women have asked their way to the top and triumphed--and how you can too. 

 

The book includes interviews with top business leaders such as Marie Chandoha, CEO of Charles Schwab Investment Management; Cindi Bigelow, President of Bigelow Tea Company; Fizzah Jafri, COO at Morgan Stanley; Rosemary Turner, President at UPS; and Irene Chang Britt, Chief Strategy Officer at Campbells Soup. Offers a reliable and methodic approach to negotiating and navigating tough conversation. Highlights compelling facts and research from the world of psychology and leadership. 

 

Insightful and accessible, Pushback is a timely resource for savvy women who want to leverage their skills, promote themselves effectively, and fast track their careers. 

 

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
6:30 – 8:30 pm


Home of an alumna, near Union Square
Location to be provided to registered guests

 

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Patricia Tidwell '73 PhD, LCSW is a psychotherapist in Manhattan. Prior to becoming a therapist, Trish was a marketing executive.  She had twenty years’ experience in new product development, serving in several positions at Estee Lauder Companies. As Executive Director of Special Markets, she worked extensively in many parts of the world, giving her unusual insight into the role that culture plays in informing people’s intrapsychic and interpersonal lives. She was formerly adjunct faculty at New York University’s Stern School and Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business Administration.  In addition to her private practice, she is currently faculty and clinical supervisor at the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center in New York.

 

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