Women in power: the secrets of leadership

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Both timely and fascinating Women in Power takes a close look at the new cadre of women in high elected office today who have redefined the model of leadership in American politics. With a rallying cry for women to enter politics in greater numbers, Cantor offers a groundbreaking look at how daughters become leaders. The insights here will inspire women to take power in every area of their lives.

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WOMEN IN POWER: The Secrets of Leadership

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Cantor (a New Jersey psychologist) and Bernay (Neuropsychiatric Institute/UCLA) interview 25 prominent female elected officials in an attempt to analyze what life experiences enable women leaders to ... Read full review


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WomanPower in the 1990s
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TONI BERNAY, PH.D., a preeminent psychologist, serves as president of the Porrath Foundation for Cancer Patient Advocacy and is a principal in the Leadership Equation Institute, a consulting firm for executives and entrepreneurs. She lives in Beverly Hills.
SAAR PORRATH, M.D., was a pioneering breast oncologist at the forefront of numerous advances in breast health and care prior to his death from leukemia in 1999. He
established one of the nation's first breast diagnostic centers, as well as the nationally known Women's Breast Center.

Stoess is a freelance development editor and writer.

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