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The Female Vision: Women's Real Power at Work
Helgesen, Sally, Johnson, Julie
Groundbreaking new insights from the author of The Female Advantage Redefines what women have to offer to the world Provides a fresh and actionable perspective for organizations seeking to leverage women’s best talents Women see the world through a distinctive lens. What they see is defined by what they notice, what they value and how they connect the dots. In this brilliant and strongly argued new book, Sally Helgesen and Julie Johnson demonstrate why the female vision constitutes women’s
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Love It, Don't Leave It: 26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work
Kaye, Beverly, Jordan-Evans, Sharon
Whether for fear of an uncertain economy or reluctance to deal with the inevitable stresses of looking for work, many people feel unwilling or unable to change jobs. So they simply "quit on the job." They disengage, produce less, and bide their time in quiet dissatisfaction, making themselves, and often their coworkers, family, and friends miserable. But there is an alternative. Love It, Don't Leave It provides readers with 26 ways to make their current work environment more satisfying.
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Whistle While You Work: Heeding Your Life's Calling
Leider, Richard J., Shapiro, David
Everyone wants to live a life that enables them to make the most of their unique gifts, interests, and passions-to find their true calling, the work they were born to do. Whistle While You Work is a liberating guide that uses powerful stories and exercises to help readers find truly satisfying, fulfilling work consistent with their deepest values. The authors combine a thoughtful and practical discussion about calling with examples showing how to apply these ideas to one's life. They mix in
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More Than Money: Questions Every MBA Needs to Answer: Redefining Risk and Reward for a Life of Purpose
Albion, Mark
From the author of New York Times bestseller Making a Life, Making a Living and the man BusinessWeek calls the "Savior of Business School Souls" comes the MBA student's guide to redefining risk and reward--helping readers identify and formulate what a meaningful life looks like for them.
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The Empress Has No Clothes: Conquering Self-Doubt to Embrace Success
Roché, Joyce M., Kopelman, Alexander
Though celebrated as a black pioneer who became an officer and president at companies like Avon and Carson Products (now part of L'Oreal), Joyce Roché secretly felt like an impostor. Recounting her own struggle to feel she deserved her hard-won victories, she includes interviews with other business leaders to provide guidance for women, minorities, and anyone who struggles to own the right to succeed.
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What Your Boss Really Wants from You: 15 Insights to Improve Your Relationship
Arneson, Steve

Take Charge of the Relationship That Matters Most to Your Career

Your most important work relationship is with your boss. You need it to go well. But even the best bosses can be hard to read, and some seem downright inscrutable. Your boss isn’t going to change for you—don’t waste your time trying. The solution lies in figuring out what makes your boss tick and adapting your own work style to make the relationship better. But how do you do

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Find Your Purpose, Change Your Life: Getting to the heart of Your Life's Mission
Carol Adrienne

For all those who have been enchanted by the power of synchronicity and are ready to be taken further down the path, Find Your Purpose, Change Your Life offers the next step. Here, Carol Adrienne, coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Celestine Prophecy: An Experimental Guide, provides a practical workbook that shows you how to tap the unsuspected potential of synchronicty -- the force revealed in everyday coincidences -- and use the power of your own

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Fire Your Boss
Stephen M. Pollan, Mark Levine

Fire Your Boss
And Hire Yourself.

Impossible? Not according to nationally bestselling author Stephen M. Pollan. As he says in this new and empowering book, "You don't have to accept your current work situation. You can be in control of your job and your stream of income, so you're never again subject to the whims, prejudices, moods, or circumstances of your so-called boss."

In today's difficult work environment, gone are the days of finding satisfaction through your job,

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Got What It Takes?
Bill Boggs

Beyond talent, what factors have determined and defined the careers of well-known individuals? Training? Risk-taking? Luck? Emmy Award®-winning interviewer Bill Boggs shares success secrets he uncovered in candid conversations with 44 leaders in entertainment and the arts, sports, fashion, the business world, and more, including: Mark Burnett, Craig Newmark (Craigslist.com), Matt Lauer, Anna Quindlen, Renée Zellweger, Sir Richard Branson, Bobby Flay, Brooke

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Second Acts
Stephen M. Pollan, Mark Levine

Second Acts is a guide to reinventing your life. Whether you wish to change careers, move to a more desirable part of the country, start a business, write a novel, or drop everything to pursue a life dream, Stephen Pollan offers a powerful message ofhope and guidance that has benefited his own clients.

Through a series of exercises, you will develop a comprehensive "script" for your second act—a step-by-step action plan that will lead you to the life you've always

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