“Women roar—they are the leaders we need in corporations today but there are still some barriers. This book will help individual women negotiate what they need to succeed as leaders and help their firms support them in their efforts. That way we all win!”
—Tom Peters, management consultant and author,Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age
“This is an important book for any woman who wants to do good—for herself and for her organization.”
—Ann Richards, former Governor of Texas
“Nothing is more vital for women than learning how to negotiate from our strengths. The authors know the hurdles women face--but, better still, they show how we can overcome them.”
—Margaret Heffernan, CEO and author, The Naked Truth: A Working Woman’s Manifesto on Business and What Really Matters
"Women leaders will want this book in their briefcases. It's got all the nuts-and-bolts strategies they need to succeed. Actually, men should read this book if they hope to keep up!"
--Betty Spence, president, National Association of Female Executives
Despite these visible success stories, the path to the executive suite remains torturous for women. The testing can be prolonged, the scrutiny intense. Will she really have the "right stuff" when the going gets rough? Even Carly Fiorina was unprepared for the attention paid to her gender.
Her Place at the Table is a practical guide for any woman dealing with a demanding role. Drawing on extensive interviews with women leaders, the authors isolate five key challenges.
For each challenge, the authors offer tips on avoiding common traps and then lay out the strategic moves that position you for success. The guides concluding each chapter make it easy to put the principles to work.
Practical, pragmatic and helpful as I work to build my own non-profit focusing on strengthening women and girl's confidence in their abilitities and to be comfortable with power. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marielle Sander Lindstrom
It's hard to find the books on women's leadership, which are on our reading list. I was happy to find this one at a reasonable price.Published 18 months ago by Laureen Pond
I have been in the banking field for 25+ years. This book provides a framework to study the corporate culture. I found it very helpful and enjoyed the book.Published on April 16, 2005
In March 2005, I attended the Office Depot Women's Success Strategies program. Speaker Anne Mulcahy, CEO of Xerox, was asked a question about the focus on recently-resigned HP CEO... Read morePublished on March 16, 2005 by Ellen Rohr
No smart business woman could fail to recognize the familiar lessons in this book. But for the first time, the authors have created a roadmap for woman wanting to navigate the... Read morePublished on December 3, 2004 by Patricia E. Moody