Cheryl offers: I’m reading a darn good book these days; it’s called Wander Woman: How High Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction by Marcia Reynolds. I’ve known Marcia for several years now and she’s quite the fireball. She caught my attention when I read “Generally women aren’t trying to prove they can do something difficult… Read More The Invisible Truth – until Now
Some books are filled with multiple key thoughts and concepts — many important and useful teachings and concepts and ideas. Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter by Liz Wiseman (with Greg McKeown) is one such book. The book is good. The over-all concept is great. And the implications just keep coming. A Multiplier… Read More Multipliers – Multiple Good & Useful Ideas; Now the Trailer!
A quick update, pointing you to this article: Women in Management: Why Progress Has Stalled, by Nanette Fondas (Author of The Custom-Fit Workplace). A recent Government Accounting Office report found that the number of women managers increased only 1 percent between 2000 and 2007, from 39 to 40 percent. Women’s progress into management has stalled despite their… Read More Women in Management: Progress Has Stalled
In a recent Weekly Insights newsletter from Verne Harnish (sign up for this newsletter here), Verne included this paragraph: A-Player Execs Read 24 Books Per Year — Brad Smart, father of the Topgrading concept, researched 6500 top executives. The difference between the A-Players and the C-Players? The A-Players were continuous learners, reading on average… Read More How Many Books Do You Read? – 24 A Year Might Be A Good Target (A Finding From Brad Smart)