Women Who Win at Work: Flowers of Wisdom from Visionary Businesswomen

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Frederick Fell Publishers, 2009 - Business & Economics - 228 pages
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Women Who Win at Work presents the best advice for women in business in a tightly edited, efficient, and accessible format. Winning At Work For Women is like listening to trusted friends give advice on solving an array of business challenges. It will shorten the reader's learning curve so that she can avoid the most common mistakes so many women make. It is written to help women utilize their strengths in the business environment. * Any businesswoman can find ideas she can apply immediately to her business or career. * Thirty exemplary professionals from every business sector are featured, plus encapsulations from 70 leading authors. * As a short-cut to the best thinking and the conclusions gained from it, this book saves the reader a great amount of time and money. * Winning At Work For Women give the reader a fertile foundation to grow her own garden of proven knowledge.
 

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Contents

Gail McMeekin
11
BALANCE
20
Julie Morgenstern
28
LEGACY LADIES 7 Kelly Love Johnson 30 Judith Anderson
55
Andrea March 33 The Character
61
Adrian Guglielmo
70
Elaine St James
76
Colette BaronReid 8 2
82
Karin Abarbanel
145
PERSISTENCE
146
Marion Luna Brem
153
Martha Barletta
159
Melissa Everett
165
Lexi Reese
171
Karen Salmansohn
177
Susan Davis
183

Jose and Lena Stevens
88
Cie Armstead
107
Donna and Lynn Brooks
115
Karen Reivich
127
Denise Shiffman
133
Linda Listrom
139
Liz Davenport
189
Alexandra Stoddard
209
Joan Duncan Oliver 21 5
215
Candy Deemer
221
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Liane Sebastian's graphic design experience has led her to working every aspect of the industry. Liane heads Michael Light Communications, a design firm specializing in corporate identity and publishing. She was the founder and owner of a predecessor design firm, the internationally acclaimed Synthesis Concepts. Her clients have included Anderson Consulting, Borg-Warner, Helene Curtis, and Hyatt International, and she has spoken widely on design, technology, business, and creativity.

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