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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. was founded in April 2008 and launched in September 2008, with the aim of providing information to women who wish to progress in their careers via networking and events.  The concept of the website is to provide services that not only help women develop themselves both personally and professionally, but also contributes to a wider strategy of supporting working women in the UK more broadly by bringing together the charity sector and potential entrepreneurs on to one common platform.


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Recommended Read: The Leader’s Guide to Impact | Mandy Flint & Elisabet Hearn

Things move fast. Leaders need to create impact in each moment, to not lose that moment. Creating impact is a positive, powerful and authentic way to demonstrate you’re taking charge, get more from your team and drive business results. But to succeed, you need to create the impact you WANT and need rather than relying...
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Recommended Read: Her Way To The Top | Hira Ali

Award-winning Hira Ali examines the myriad of challenges women face on their road to professional success. Informed by her 13 years of coaching experience and survey responses from 300 working women, she reveals the universal internal and external roadblocks that can impede a woman’s climb to the top, regardless of her culture or geography. This...
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Recommended Read: How to get what you want in 7 weeks | Julie Provino

As New Year hits, so do our new year’s resolutions – surveys show each year we’re determined to get new jobs, make new friends, earn more money and start new hobbies. But what if this January we actually have the tools to make our resolutions stick? How to Get What You Want in 7 Weeks...
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Recommended Read: Is This It? The Smart Woman’s Guide to Finding Work You Love | Ruth Kudzi

Have you ever stayed in a job that you don’t love because you aren’t sure what else to do? You go through the motions every day but you aren’t fulfilled and are starting to wonder “is this it?” is this how I am going to live the rest of my life? Ruth’s book (and the...
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Recommended Read: Project Me for Busy Mothers | Kelly Pietrangeli

Project Me is for women in every stage of motherhood whether planning to start a family, new mothers or mothers of older children and teens.  Author & ‘Mama Motivator’ Kelly Pietrangeli explains that ‘acting as a lens to bring your life into focus’, Project Me easily allows you to take stock of all areas of your...
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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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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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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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