Women in the Workforce Seek CD Resources to Learn While Multi-Tasking

Lincoln, NE, May 14, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Business Communications Expert Releases CD for Women on How to Thrive Amongst Difficult People.

Joy Huber, owner of Joy Huber Presentations, Inc. is releasing CD’s specifically for women in business with time-constraints so they can learn new skills to make more money & reduce their stress to improve their health. As Joy herself likes to tell others, “Don’t go through life just surviving and getting by when you could have the tools in your kit to Thrive!”

• An article released earlier this month (May 12, 2008) entitled “Women and Men React Differently to Stress” states, “When women are stressed-out, they get depressed or anxious." http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2008/05/12/women-and-men-react-
• “Working women rank stress as their No. 1 everyday problem. Women must balance work and family, cope with aging parents and handle interpersonal conflicts,” says the New York Times on the Web Women’s Health section. http://www.nytimes.com/specials/women/whome/stress.html
• According to a Feb. 2007 article entitled “Women’s Rights in the United States (America.gov)” “the U.S. Census Bureau reported that in 2005, women over the age of 16 comprise 59 percent of the workforce, yet, on average, they earned only 77 cents for every $1 their male counterparts earned.”

With women representing more of the workforce, needing new skills to even the pay gap with men, and feeling the pressures of time-constraints women are seeking tools including CD’s they can listen too for new information and tips while accomplishing other tasks.

Joy’s newest CD is entitled ‘Talk to the Hand: A Woman’s Guide to Truly Thriving Amongst Difficult People.’

Topics include:
• why are people difficult
• how you choose your response to the events in life
• how to communicate more effectively and listen to different types of people
• how to effectively deal with the emotions that inevitably arise in most women (tears & crying, anger) as a very natural reaction to conflict, &
• how to manage the stress that comes about by being around or confronting difficult people around us.

The CD is jam-packed with valuable information for women in business.
CD’s can be purchased conveniently online in Joy Huber’s online resource store. Visit www.joyhuber.com/online for your copy.

Stay tuned for the release of Joy’s next CD “An Interview with Joy Huber, Business Communications Expert.” This essential business resource addresses other crucial business topics including managing different personality types, and using feedback models in effective communication. This CD is slated for release in June 2008.

About Joy Huber -
Joy Huber, a.k.a. “Ms. En’JOY’able”, is an award-winning professional speaker & business communications expert who helps companies & individuals improve their communication skills so they can achieve better results in business & life. She has international presentation experience & works directly with associations & companies including: Wal-Mart, Hilton Hotel’s Doubletree Hotel, Konica Minolta Business Solutions, & Benchmark Biolabs. Joy blends her diverse industry experience & education to provide her clients with real-world solutions to meet the challenges of today.

Joy specializes in: programs for women, personnel supervisors & managers, customer service/retention & great first impressions/front desk programs.

As an entrepreneur, Joy has also built a division of her business utilizing her energetic articulate voice doing professional voice-over work in the commercial & business narration sectors. In her “spare time,” Joy is a songwriter, expressing herself writing lyrics & collaborating with co-writers in primarily the country genre.

Joy’s web site provides additional detail: www.joyhuber.com

For more information on Joy or to schedule an interview, e-mail joy@Joyhuber.com or call 402-560-1861.


For More Information Contact:
Joy Huber E-Mail: joy@joyhuber.com
Phone: 402-560-1861 OR
Lincoln, NE (CST) joyfulcommunications@hotmail.com
Joy Huber Presentations, Inc. (JHPI)
Joy Huber