By: Sally Helgesen & Marshall Goldsmith
Essential reading for any woman ready to advance to the next level. This book identifies the 12 habits that hold women back from advancement—explaining why what worked for you in the past may actually be hindering your future success.
By: Phoebe Lovatt
From information on launching your own business to a self-care regimen checklist, this interactive handbook is a go-to career and lifestyle guide for ambitious working women everywhere.
By: Beth Comstock
From her experience as an introverted publicist that transformed into General Electric’s first woman Vice Chair, Beth Comstock knows what it takes to be a successful change-maker. In this book, Beth takes us behind the scenes of her time at GE, sharing her personal insights and advice for leading change.
By: Haley Hoffman Smith
Only 2% of all venture capital spending in 2017 went to women-owned companies. Haley Hoffman Smith’s book sets out to challenge the barriers to big thinking when it comes to women entrepreneurs. Combining extensive research with innovation strategy and expertise, this is the perfect guidebook for the next genheration of entrepreneurs.
By: Vanessa Friedman & Roxane Gay
What does it mean to “dress like a woman?” Featuring 300 portraits of women firefighters, scientists, mathematicians, astronauts, factory workers, lumberjacks, and more, this book offers a comprehensive look at the role of gender and clothing in the workplace.
By: Bill Burnett & Dave Evans
Walking readers through the process of building a well-lived, joyful life by approaching things the way a designer would, this book shows that the same design thinking responsible for amazing technology, products, and spaces can be applied to designing and building your own life.
By: Greg McKeown
For those looking to declutter and organize their lives – this book explores a systematic approach for paring down life to its essentials. Drawing on his experiences with some of the most innovative companies in the world, author Greg McKeown shows us how to put Essentialism into practice in our own lives, so we too can achieve something great.