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Book of the month

brotopia emily chang
Clearly, in light of recent allegations of sexual assault and harassment, the undermining of women in the workplace, and the subsequent #MeToo movement, tech isn’t the only industry guilty of sexism a
authenticity dilemma resolved
To know what you want out of life, it helps to know yourself. Yet how many people truly know who they are and what they want to be?
andy bird inspired leader
Being inspired can be a magnificent, invigorating feeling. But it's also one that we know surprisingly little about. Does it happen by chance? Are all forms of inspiration the same?
J Kelly Hoey Build Dream Network
“If you’re reading this and dreading another book about how to work a room or hand out business cards while munching on chicken satay, you can relax…” says writer, connector and networking expert J.
Words that Work say people hear Frank Luntz
The most important thing is not your message but the way your audience receives it, he says – and by using specific words strategically and tactically you can change your audience’s opinion and behavi
Danielle Drozd confidence courage
Confidence coach and everywoman award winner, Danielle Drozd’s new book Confidence Through Courage discusses what it takes to create a confident outlook and how fear can be your best friend in persona
women meeting in an office
The secret of more productive teams and better financial results lies in creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, says trainer and consultant Thais Compoint.
Saudi Arabia Driving Women Book month
Al-Sharif not only dared to get in the driver’s seat. She had a friend record her there, along with her fierce diatribe against the cultural oppression that prevented others from doing the same.
blink malcolm gladwell power thinking
The art world is abuzz with news that a priceless, ancient artefact has been unearthed among a private collection.