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“Charlotte is the greatest master of knowledge I have ever met. This book will help working women remove their self-imposed blocks and become as great as they are meant to be.”
—Suze Orman, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“Charlotte Beers is: Captivating. Persuasive. Charming. Disarming. Eloquent. Substantive. Successful. Modest. Strategic. Capable. Determined. Convincing. Enough said. Read this book to learn how to be in charge.”
—Martha Stewart, New York Times bestselling author
"A role model and champion to all women who want to make the most of their careers, Beers offers useful guidance on how to seize opportunities, be influential, and shape events."
“Reading I’d Rather Be in Charge, I found myself reflecting on my own way of teaching and leading. Charlotte candidly shares with us how she found her own unique path to influence in her exceptional journey in Corporate America and gives us precious advice on how to find ours. I will draw on some of her lessons in my Power and Influence class this season.”
—Julie Battilana, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
“Charlotte Beers goes straight for the jugular with tales from her meteoric career in advertising. But her true gift is ultimately the ability to teach us all how to be both memorable and persuasive in our own communications. A must read that combines wit and wisdom in equal measure.”
—Ted Bell, New York Times bestselling author
"The book is a great read. I found it to be very inspirational, even for someone who has been at this business for as long as I have. I think all women, at any point in their work life journey, will experience a transformational epiphany by reading and engaging in the challenges Charlotte Beers puts forth in I'd Rather Be In Charge."
—Mary Baglivo, CEO New York and Chairman & CEO Americas, Saatchi and Saatchi
Excellent book which brings on one's radar screen things that were on mute before. Must read for women in corporate worldPublished 12 months ago by Anastasia Bondareva
Saw the author at a Women's event in Indianapolis and decided to pick the book up. Loved it! I'm excited that women are getting involved in writing business books. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sherry L. Gilbert
I have read a lot of books geared toward executive women. The first section makes it seems like this is going to be the same--whining about how women are different and people don't... Read morePublished on July 25, 2013 by CF
Great book for young and older women struggling to make sense of the male dominated work place. Keep it handy for that long commute, you may find that it sparks conversations.Published on July 24, 2013 by ilovekids
Good read in the future especially when traveling. Suggest to women of all ages looking for a great read in your library.Published on July 23, 2013 by Judy Sommer
I'll be honest- I haven't read any of it. However, my wife was very excited to receive this (having heard Ms. Beers at a TEDx talk), and devoured the book in just a few nights. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Mark Groves
I first knew of Charlotte Beers when she was the keynote speaker at the 2012 TX Women's Conference. I was so impressed with her wisdom and candid, no nonsense approach to career... Read morePublished on March 28, 2013 by Suzanne Brown
In "I'd Rather be in Charge," Charlotte Beers writes about the qualities and skills women need to effectively pursue and succeed in leadership roles. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by Courtney Kleshinski