If You've Raised Kids, You Can Manage Anything: Leadership Begins at Home
The acclaimed author of The Price of Motherhood applies the lessons of parenting to the business world, blowing away the myth that the job of raising children is not ┬“real┬” work.
After reading numerous bestselling management books, Ann Crittenden noticed that the advice was shockingly similar to that found in parenting books. After more than one hundred interviews, Ann also discovered that everyone felt the skills they learned as parents made them better, more effective managers and workers. Illustrating the countless lessons learned from raising a child that are directly applicable to the workplace, with insight from prominent women in a number of fields, Crittenden discusses how child-rearing:
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