The Little Black Book of Success - Laws of Leadership for Black Women
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The Little Black Book of Success: Laws of Leadership For Black Women, a # 1 Amazon bestseller in the Business and Management category, is the first book to specifically focus on black women and leadership. Recently published and already in its fourth printing, the book is being hailed as an engaging mentor-in-your pocket and invaluable resource guide that every black woman at any stage of their professional lives should have. Rich with wisdom that gets right to the point, The Little Black Book of Success shows women how to utilize their leadership ability and maximize their potential one step at a time. It focuses on the building blocks of true leadership—self-confidence, effective communication and networking, stepping outside one’s comfort zone, establishing a personal brand—while dealing specifically with stereotypes and the perils of self-victimization. The authors Elaine Meryl Brown, Marsha Haygood and Rhonda Joy McLean have been interviewed on numerous radio programs and are in constant demand to present at Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations. Having pooled 100 years of collective wisdom from their high-powered executive positions, they created the guide they wished they had access to as they journeyed along their remarkable career paths.
Authors: Elaine Meryl Brown, Marsha Haygood, and Rhonda Joy McLean