Choosing to stay true to yourself in times of hardship can be extremely difficult—especially when the people who are supposed to support you are against you with the rest. “Discovering Power,” a novel by Karen Ann Bulluck, explores what it truly means to uphold your integrity, but not without putting it to the test.
What is your book about?
IT Executive Sheryl Simmons is successfully climbing the corporate ladder when her company’s culture takes an unexpected turn. Suddenly questioning her career and her leadership, she wonders if it’s possible to stand in her truth and walk with integrity.
Faced with devastating layoffs, can Sheryl truly own her power? Where does her role as an executive end and her responsibility as a human being begin? Sheryl’s search for answers will take on her a journey to the heart of who she really is. Can she find her power and learn to utilize it… before it’s too late?
The novel dives into:
- Resolving internal conflict between personal and corporate values
- Accessing and listening to intuition
- Creative ways to manage emotions in the workplace
Why should people read it? Who is “Discovering Power” for?
While the primary audience is women in corporate leadership, this book is for anyone who experiences a “crisis of conscience” in their leadership, work or lives. The book explores themes of integrity, owning your power and finding your inner wisdom and strength. A novel, this book is an entertaining and engaging exploration of women’s leadership in the corporate environment. Still, the lessons are applicable to men and women in both corporate and entrepreneurial roles. The book suggests out-of-the-box solutions to common and not-so-common business issues, with an emphasis on employee well-being and productivity.
Single most important takeaway:
How much are you willing to risk to maintain your integrity?
Meet the author:
Karen Ann Bulluck is an engaging and inspiring speaker as well as a contributing author to three international, best-selling anthologies. Passionate about making a difference, Bulluck is also a risk-taking coach and the founder of DARING TO TRANSCEND. She partners with women leaders to push beyond the limits of their leadership, career and life so that they can make a bigger impact in their work and beyond. The first woman promoted to Executive Vice President at AM Best Company, Bulluck’s career was marked by taking risks to make many cross-disciplinary changes and have an impact across a wide variety of people and processes.