Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey, both of Harvard, discuss what they've learned from studying radically transparent organizations where people at all levels of the hierarchy get candid feedback, show vulnerability, and grow on the job. Their book is "An Everyone Culture."
In On Your Case, Lisa Green finally fills a gap in women's bookshelves with a thorough, compelling, and occasionally hilarious guide to the range of legal issues women can expect to navigate in their busy lives. Leveraging her professional experience as a lawyer and her personal experience as a wife, ex-wife, mother, and daughter, Green explains common, even complicated legal issues in practical, easy-to-understand terms.
Something is out there. And the people live in constant fear. But their biggest threat lies within their own village. Everyone and everything is dying slowly and without hope of salvation. In a world where almost nothing is truth and isolation is the purest form of self-deception, the possibility of hope exists only in the heart and mind of a young woman who chooses to follow an unknown path in order to save everyone she knows and loves. Before long she discovers that her most vital beliefs are based on a deception that will rock the foundation of her entire people.
"It's soooo bad."