The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won't Learn in Business School

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Product Details

Price
$90.00
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publish Date
Pages
200
Dimensions
6.2 X 9.3 X 1.0 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780313376665

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About the Author

Selena Rezvani serves as president of Women's Roadmap, a consulting firm dedicated to propelling more women into the top echelons of business. For more information, visit www.womensroadmap.com.

Reviews

"It is a definite MUST READ for women moving up and women who would like insight into how to develop our next generation of women leaders." --WE magazine

"I commend Selena Rezvani on bringing to the forefront such important information. . . . I highly recommend this book to any young woman entering a career or has aspirations of becoming a leader. I also believe this book should be a 'must read' in all business curriculum, not only for females but males as well." --ReviewtheBook.com

"Recommended. All collections and readership levels." --Choice

"The book is a must-read for women just beginning their careers, as well as for those searching for their next steps." --On Campus With Women

"getAbstract considers this thoroughly researched text a must read, not only for women launching their careers, but also for anyone, male or female, with leadership aspirations." --getAbstract

"Rezvani does an excellent job of focusing on the lessons learned by the 30 business leaders interviewed that can be passed on to the next generations to affect change. . . . Rezvani provides much practical insight into office politics and how to successfully navigate through it to your personal advantage. . . . just hope when young women are deciding their career options that they can visualize and aspire to being president of a bank. I would advise every one of them to read this book to get a head start on a wonderful career in banking." --ABA Banking Journal