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The Inequality Equalizer Hardcover – June 7, 2016
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Thoroughly 'reader friendly' in tone, content, commentary, organization and presentation, "The Inequality Equalizer" will prove to be of enduring value for anyone (but especially women) seeking to establish and advance themselves in a corporate environment. Practical, insightful, as informed and informative as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking, "The Inequality Equalizer" is unreservedly recommended for community, corporate, college, and university collections. For the personal reading lists of business students and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject, it should be noted that "The Inequality Equalizer" is also available in a Kindle edition. (Helen Dunmont Midwest Book Review)
About the Author
Jena Abernathy (Atlanta, GA) is a nationally recognized leader in human capital management, performance excellence, and organizational development, and a passionate advocate for women in executive and governing board roles. A frequent speaker and noted leadership expert, Jena has written for and been featured in a wide variety of different media, including CNN, the Financial Times, CBS Money Watch, FOX Business, and the Miami Herald. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Kelli Christiansen (Chicago, IL) is an editor and writer who has spent more than twenty years in publishing, working with such publishers as Consumer Guide, Jossey-Bass, McGraw-Hill, Sourcebooks and Wiley. She is also the founder and publisher of Chicago Book Review and the founder of Chicago Publishing Network.
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My husband and I own a creative consulting business, and there was so much we took away from this book. Each chapter was insightful and motivating. It has helped us evaluate how we interact with clients, how we network, and how we set goals for our business. I would recommend this book to college students, young professionals, seasoned professionals, and business owners. Jena's insights will help you turn your dreams into goals you can actually achieve.
Abernathy takes a look at how to move ahead in the career game and all of the different corners you need to cover.
Definitely a great read for anyone looking to move ahead.
While there is a good deal of focus on women's issues it will also be a very valuable read for men.