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Margy Binion spent over twenty years in the insurance industry in corporate sales positions. As a commissioned sales representative, her responsibilities included assisting agents with joint sales calls, conducting seminars, and market planning in conjunction with territory development. Being invited to numerous incentive trips with three different companies, Miss Binion's insurance career brought her success and awards in varying lines of insurance.
Upon leaving the insurance industry, Miss Binion's career path has taken her to the Social Service field. She now takes pride in assisting residents in finding gainful employment in her county so that they might ultimately come off public assistance. She endeavors with each client to empower them to seek and reach their highest and best potential. In conjunction with this more cooperative phase of her life, she has pursued becoming certified in Reiki Energy Healing and has reached the Expert Level.
This page-turner chronicles the author's years of verbal and emotional abuse in corporate America by her manager. When the nightmare of his harassment escalated to slanderous comments about her sexual orientation, her self-confidence shattered and her sales performance plummeted, leading to her termination. Eventually, she fought back when she filed a lawsuit against a multi-billion dollar corporation. Her experience as a plaintiff and, simultaneously, a psychotherapy patient empowered her as it mended her shattered self-confidence. This personal story has universal messages. It teaches employees to recognize nascent harassment and to set boundaries before it escalates. Corporate managers learn that harassment of subordinates is an abuse of power. Senior executives learn that turning a blind eye to managers who abuse their power can be a costly mistake.