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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┬álibrary 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 […]

Leading Women by Nancy O’...

<i>Leading Women</i> by Nancy O’Reilly

  Leading Women: 20 Influential Women Share Their Secrets is one of those books that everyone in a leadership position should read through and then keep on their shelf for future reference. As O’Reilly says in the forward to her edited volume, she hopes that this book offers the “so, how?” of Sanburg’s famous┬áLean In. […]

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. […]

Between the World and Me by Ta...

<i>Between the World and Me</i> by Ta-Nehisi Coates

  Between the World and Me is not written for me and yet I knew it was required reading. I, like the rest of the world, have watched as the idea of America has been continually challenged on the streets of various cities. I’ve watched it all from across an ocean, living in country that […]

My Animals and Other Family by...

<i>My Animals and Other Family</i> by Clare Balding

  I first encountered Clare Balding as a sports commentator on BBC for the 2012 London Olympics (this interview is particularly famous). For whatever reason, I found myself connecting with her as a trusted voice and when she popped up on other programs on British television, I often found myself tuning in. She primary covers […]

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