SHARON HADARY is Principal of Sharon Hadary & Co. and founding and former executive director of the Center for Women’s Business Research. She teaches, writes, and speaks nationally on women’s leadership.
LAURA HENDERSON is President of Hen¬derson Associates and founder and for¬mer President and CEO of Prospect As¬sociates. She serves on boards, consults on strategy and business issues, and is active in education advocacy.
Lots of good advice, but an easy and interesting read, with lots of quotes and anecdotes.
As the CEO of a growing entrepreneurial enterprise, what I appreciate most in this book is the theme - owning your success.
That aside, I highly recommend this book as a great gift for friends during this holiday season.
Wonderful book for all women whether in college or the workforce. Great stories and examples.Published 3 months ago by Hanna DeBruhl
Great resource. Easy read for those that want / need to uderstand the value that women can bring to their work teams. I found this book to be very validating and empowering.Published 15 months ago by Deborah Bateman
Lead Like a Woman is a great resource to help women in the world of working. The book helps women understand how to use the skills that come natural to them, being women. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Edie
I read this book from cover to cover and found inspiration as well as an invitation. Inspiration from countless tips and ideas I can apply immediately to my life and business. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sand
How Women Lead: The 8 Essential Strategies Successful Women Know
As the retired Chief Administrative Officer of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa, I... Read more
As a 1987 college grad, I've spent much of my career reading literature about how to change myself to be more effective at work. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Gold
As the CEO of a growing entrepreneurial enterprise, what I appreciate most in this book is the theme - owning your success. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Suzanne Bates
First, in full transparency, I must start with admitting that I am a longtime friend of co-authors Laura Henderson and Sharon Hadary--
so this review is a bit prejudiced. Read more