With over 30 years experience as a strategist and leader in publishing and in her own businesses, Emily Barrosse earned her reputation as a “rainmaker” by taking bold actions that resulted in spectacular successes.
As an Editor in Chief at McGraw-Hill, she transformed the sluggish culture into a competitive, hungry, growth-driven business. Fueled by explosive creativity, her division quadrupled pipeline productivity with innovative content for the future.
As a coach and teacher, Emily’s passion is in empowering women to be bolder and to reach for greater success. She believes, with the right mindset, every woman can confidently achieve bolder goals. From personal experience, she knows nothing drives change and improves confidence faster than taking action.
Praise for Bold in Business
“I am reaching out to thank you deeply for the experience of meeting Emily and taking the Bold in Business class. I gained so much from sharing my own story and listening to other women’s stories. My perspective is significantly wider and I am much more aware about my less-than-bold habits and patterns. I gained a different way of approaching work and personal situations and I can’t wait for the challenges ahead, and boy are they comin’. I am so grateful that you brought this course into my life so that I can be aware of and move past the fear and lack of confidence that has held me back from expressing myself and taking on new projects. I am not a new person, I am the same Isabel who has decided to nuture and grow her confidence and self-worth.”
“From day one, Emily helped us visualize the ideal life we’d like to be living and identify what’s standing in our way. Then we got to work, learning strategies for confidence and practicing them in a safe environment with a group of smart, supportive women. We cheered each other on and gave each other permission to be bold. Every woman I know would benefit from taking this course, because they don’t teach us boldness in school!”
April Boland, Marketing Director
“Emily Barrosse has been called to do this work emboldening women. She is generous, insightful, wise, kind, and projects just the right tone for this class: professional, yet playful, and open to possibility.”
Adrienne Hand, MAKE WAY FOR WOMEN