Three powerful African-American female executives celebrate their gender and heritage as they share their secrets for success in this effective guide for businesswomen. Ways to communicate thoughtfully, trust yourself, and exude self-esteem are just a few tactics the authors discuss for those who want to enter the workforce as confident leaders.
©2010 Elaine Meryl Brown (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
"Offering sound advice, practical tools, and warm wisdom, this book will help black professional women get and stay on track and maximize their abilities." (Publishers Weekly)
Inflection and I think hearing someone else's story is essential for a connection. You can more readily believe them and put things to action.
To stand up for yourself, know your limitations and if need be walk away from a job when you find a better one. Be true to yourself.
I enjoyed the different readers and the different stories. I look forward to another book.
I purchased this book with the goal of learning about becoming a leader in my workplace. Although the book is tailored toward the Black female, I found the book to be informative. The book takes a real-life approach to the struggles that most women face when striving to become a leader in her organization. The "Mammaisms" make the book even more enjoyable by throwing in sayings that I heard in my home growing up. I highly recommend this book for all women in business.
Very conversational. Felt as if you were sitting with your girlfriends talking about your day.
Yes, the feel was really interesting and I believe it would be repeated in additional materials.
Simple, understandable and easy to apply.
MAMAism, as a woman and big sister I could really relate with this and this was my greatest lesson from this book.
She reads slow and stresses the right important areas. She made the book a great listen.
MAMAism, emotional intelligence, the art of war, general leadership.
I recommend this book to all my female friends.
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