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Recommended Books

books for womenHere you will find our recommendations of fab books to enhance your career and aid your learning. All of these books have been reviewed and recommended by WeAreTheCity. You can click through our links to buy these books or search to purchase via Amazon.

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Leader iD featured
09
Aug

Recommended Read: Leader iD | David Pilbeam & Glenn Wallis

The role of the leader is changing, with workforces having new demands and expectations leaders need to develop, new book Leader iD will ensure you survive and thrive as a leader, both now and in the future. Leader iD is a unique book paired with an exclusive online diagnostic tool developed by leadership experts to...
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27
Apr

Recommended Read: New Manager Secrets | Alison Miles-Jenkins

Get practical answers to the ‘how do I …’ questions and challenges managers face daily If you’re a manager at any level ‘New Manager Secrets’ will transform your management skills. With its focus on practical application of top techniques, tips and know-how you can instantly accelerate your success as a manager and your career. It...
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24
Apr

Recommended Read: Saving the World – Women: The Twenty-First Century’s Factor for Change | Paola Diana

Already a bestseller in Italy, Saving the World. Women: the XXI’s Century Factor for Change aims to dissect the different areas of oppression, from the workplace to religious traditions and analyses what it means to be a women in modern day England, comparing this with Paola’s experience in Italy. Paola’s personal struggles against the intense...
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23
Feb

Recommended Read: Smart Leaders Sell | Jessica Lorimer

In Smart Leaders Sell, ex-corporate high flier turned entrepreneur making over multi-6 figures in profit, Jessica Lorimer shares the sales secrets every entrepreneur needs to know to skyrocket their sales, increase their profits and make the income and impact they desire in the world. The book is packed with simple sales tips for entrepreneurs ready...
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Leading Beyond the Ego book jacket featured
15
Feb

Recommended Read: Leading beyond the ego | John Knights, Danielle Grant & Greg Young

In this permanently changed world of continuous transformation, globalisation and the information age, the traditional leadership practices that have been in place for years are no longer effective. What worked for Baby Boomers and Generation X – authoritarian or, at best, paternal leadership styles, along with hierarchical and non-diverse organisations, doesn’t work in the new...
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a good time to be a girl
12
Feb

Recommended Read: A good time to be a girl | Helena Morrissey

Five years have passed since women were exhorted to ‘Lean In’. Over that time, the world has transformed beyond all expectations. But why should anyone ‘lean in’ to a patriarchal system that is out of date? Why not change it entirely for the good of us all? Drawing on her experience as a City CEO,...
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12
Feb

Recommended Read: Deeds Not Words | Helen Pankhurst

On the 100th anniversary of women getting the vote, Helen Pankhurst – great-granddaughter of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst and a leading women’s rights campaigner – charts how women’s lives have changed over the last century, and offers a powerful and positive argument for the way forward. Dr Helen Pankhurst is a women’s rights activist and...
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confident data skills
09
Feb

Recommended Read: Confident Data Skills | Kirill Eremenko

Whether you like it or not your life is already dictated by data science. From the films you see in the cinema to the quickest route to get you to the supermarket. Not only does data impact on our lives, each and everyone one of us is also creating data. By simply getting the tube,...
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