An extremely proficient speaker, as well as author, Liz Weber wrote ''Don't Let 'Em Treat You Like A Girl™, A Woman's Guide to Leadership Success (Tips from the Guys),'' a popular book that helps women break the glass ceiling, and shows Liz's deep analytical and practical mindset. Liz Weber's ''Don't Let 'Em Treat You Like A Girl'' provides the insights from where it is needed. It's a manual for breaking the glass ceiling, written by a woman, but upon insights provided by men. The challenge for the modern woman is to break traditional gender perceptions in the workplace, and to this effect, very few books can stand up to the test like Liz Weber's Don't Let 'Em Treat You Like A Girl.
Liz Weber has been in the leadership coaching front for a longtime, and she has been a leader herself in her career. Her working career includes the roles of:
- Strategic Planning Consultant/Facilitator and Leadership Development Expert for Weber Business Services, LLC, from August 1992 to present
- National Board Member/Strategic Planning Committee Chair for the National Speakers Association from 1991 to present
- Management of Commercial Real Estate/Leases for Schemweb LLC from February 1990 to present
- Co-Chair Winter Conference 2010 of the National Speakers Association
- President of the DC Chapter of the National Speakers Association from June 2008 to May 2009
- Program Analyst for the US Dept. of State - Commissary Affairs/CRSS Corp. from August 1984 to August 1992
Liz Weber, as a leadership coach, is confident about her expertise and is aware where she can contribute the most and make a difference. As she herself tells her clients, ''If you aren't sure how to get your next generation of leaders ready to take over your organization, or more importantly, you do not know what direction to take your organization in the next 3-5 years, I would be happy to talk with you about ways to resolve those questions.'' And Liz Weber, as a leadership coach, excels in resolving these particular questions faced by every organization faced with inevitable change in leadership.