In her new book, voice and dialect coach Denise Woods offers tools to help readers articulate clearly, become powerful public speakers, and gain confidence in any situation.
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Joann Lublin looks at the trade-offs mothers are too often forced to make between work and family and the root causes, including the dearth of large-scale paid parental leave.
In their new book, Judith Rodin and Saadia Madsbjerg offer a road map to making the financial market a force for good.
In his new book, Gregory Fairchild shows the power of treating underserved communities as emerging markets.
Years of coaching leaders led to an ah-ha moment: ambition can undermine even the most successful people. The challenge is more complex than work–life balance.
The former chair and CEO of Guardian Insurance offers a theory of change for those hiring, retaining, and retraining the next generation of tech-savvy employees.
In his new book, David Fubini provides a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to be a superior leader.
Bureaucracy actually served us well in the past. But the nature of work has changed, and management needs to change too.
In a new book, Michelle Duster celebrates the life of Ida B. Wells, a journalist, suffragist, and antilynching crusader—and Duster’s great-grandmother.
In his latest book, Richard N. Haass explores how our globalized and interconnected world works and why we should be paying attention to it.