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Factory Man by Beth Macy

<i>Factory Man</i> by Beth Macy

We’ve all heard that the world is flat (thanks Friedman) and we all know that American manufacturing rarely takes place America anymore. What we often don’t talk about is what life is like in those places left behind. While this book claims to be about one man who saves a town (which he kind of does, […]

Rising Strong by Brene Brown

<i>Rising Strong</i> by Brene Brown

  If you’ve read anything Brown has written, seen her TED talk or watched anything she’s done – you do not need me to tell you to buy this book. You’ve already bought this book and probably pre-ordered it. Those of you who have heard of this Brown woman and are skeptical because you’re not really […]

The Next Generation of Women Leade...

<i>The Next Generation of Women Leaders</i> by Selena Rezvani

Selena Rezvani says in the introduction to her book that she is both disheartened and frustrated by the lack of women in CEO and other leadership positions in business in the United States. While attending business school, she became a schrewd observer of how women are socialized into positions of influence and power versus how […]

How Remarkable Women Lead by J...

<i>How Remarkable Women Lead</i> by Joanna Barsh and Susie Cranston

  This insightful and helpful book is another necessary book for the library of a woman in leadership in any capacity. Using their well-researched and effective Centered Leadership model, Barsh and Cranston walk readers through functional and clearly communicated steps to maximize their work and personal hours. This is not a typical “how to have it […]

Mistakes I Made at Work by Jes...

<i>Mistakes I Made at Work</i> by Jessica Bacal

  Mistakes I Made at Work is a great anthology of lessons from prominent women in various fields about how various failures at their jobs helped shape who they are. I read it for my job as a personnel and research director and will absolutely be using the wisdom gleaned from it in my job. […]

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