Three out of four employees report that poor leadership is the most stressful part of their job. Poor leadership can lead to high turnover, low productivity, and a stressful work environment. In Power to Empower provides future leaders the tools they need to realize their full potential.
This book has been many years in the making. In it, I talk through what it was like to be the first-generation daughter of South Asian immigrant parents, how it impacted my ability to see myself as a leader, and what I have been actively trying to do to evolve.
Why “6 entrepreneurial leadership principles”? Over the years, I’ve had one foot in the corporate world and the other in the entrepreneurial/ intrapreneurial space. I felt compelled to look at myself (and I urge my readers to do so as well) as a start-up, constantly looking to iterate upon myself. Afroze Ali
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Afroze Ali is a strategy and innovation professional with a unique journey that has led her to where she is today. She has been in the human-centric experience space for more than a decade, and has advised multi-national companies in their understanding of people as they build out their digital platforms online. She is also the founder of the South Asian women’s empowerment brand Memsaabs (Instagram: @mem.saabs).
Afroze graduated in 2015 from Northwestern University, where she earned her Masters degree in Integrated Marketing Communications. She hopes to empower and inspire change in those around her so they can find their inner leader.