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The book balances anecdotal stories with evidence based on years of research.
What Barsh and Cranston share can help them to regain their self-confidence, energy, and - most important of all - their faith in what they can accomplish.
Bottom LIne, I hope many young aspiring professional women will read this book to gain an understanding of Centered Leadership.
I purchased this book as a gift for a speaker at a meeting for an organization that I run. She is a business leader in out community and talked about leadership, so this book... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Alissa McLain
Wonderful book on how to be an effective leader! Also helps with work-life balance too!Published 15 days ago by Marita721
“I had to find what propelled and sustained the few women who made it to the very top…that had made them successful in work” (4). Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. W. Bradfield
This book should have been written from back to front. Instead of beginning with a too long personal statement about the personal life of the author in a happy go lucky style, it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Annette Seidenglanz
What a great book. It was a great find. It offered really good insights on leadership for women. More meaningful since based on extensive research.Published 3 months ago by Kim G
Your title is not who you are... real leaders are concerned with the followers...you can be real with yourself and still leadPublished 4 months ago by Mrs. Wallace
Great book! Every women working outside the home should read this. This book tells you the psychology behind why women do certain things and why we look at things differently... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I don't know if it was the content or the narrator, but I found it very boring and did not offer any insight regarding women leadership.Published 5 months ago by Lisa
Joanna Barsh has amazing access to a wide range of successful women leaders and the stories she tells illustrate her points. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Susan Lyon