Women With Attitude: Lessons for Career Management

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A groundbreaking study of women in management, entrepreneurship and the politics of leadership, Women with Attitude includes interviews with Barbara Cassani of Go Fly Airlines, Camelot's Dianne Thompson, Pearson's Dame Marjorie Scardino and Anita Roddick of The Body Shop fame. It brings individual stories of success together with expert research into the emergence of women entrepreneurs, aspects of leadership, and the politics of breaking into the boardroom.
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Editorial Reviews

Mary C. Mattis
Boards may be boring; the experiences of the women who have joined the ultimate "old boy's club" are anything but, as this book illustrates. The authors' approach which combines solid research with the life stories of women directors makes for a very readable and timely book.
Ronald J. Burke
Based on a blend of research evidence and the career and life journeys of 16 very successful women, the authors provide an engaging picture of how women break into the boardroom. Should be required reading for all senior managers and board members.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415287425
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/8/2002
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreward. Preface. Acknowledgements. Part I: The Veuve Clicquot Dimension 1. The Story of Madame Clicquot 2: The Business Woman of the Year Award Part II: The Profiles Barbara Cassani, CEO, Go Fly; Dianne Thompson, CEO, Camelot; Nikki Beckett: CEO, NSB Retail Systems plc; Anne Wood, CBE, Founder and Creative Director, Ragdoll Productions; Dame Marjorie Scardino, CEO, Pearson; Patricia Vaz, Executive Director, BT Retail; Patsy Bloom, Founder and Former Chief Executive, Pet Plan Group; Phyllis Cunningham, CBE, Former Chief Executive, The Royal Marsden Hospital; Prue Leith, OBE, Founder, Leith School of Food and Wine; Ann Gloag, Founder, Stagecoach; Mair Barnes, Former CEO Woolworths; Sophie Mirman, OBE, Founder, Sock Shop and CEO, Trotters; Anita Roddick, OBE, Founder, The Body Shop; Debbie Moore, CEO, Pineapple; Verity Lambert, Chief Executive, Cinema Verity; Ann Burdus, Former Chairman and Chief Executive, Mc Cann and Company Group; Ase Aulie Michelet, President of Amersham Health, Norway; Marianne Nilson, Managing Director, Atlet, a Family-Owned, Truck Manufacturer, Sweden; Monique Moulle-Zetterström, Managing Director, Orange Mobile Phones, Denmark. Part III: The Commentary 1: Making it to the Top 2: Emerging Women Entrepreneurs 3: Personal Definitions of Success 4: Leadership with a Difference 5: Breaking into the Corporate Boardroom 6: Career Strategy Checklist: Accelerating your Career; References. Index

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