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Book Review: ‘The Future of Tech is Female: How to Achieve Gender Diversity,’ by Douglas M. Branson

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Corporate governance expert Dougas M. Branson has a new book about how companies can fix their own gender bias — and hire, support, promote and include women on all levels. It's called 'The Future of Tech is Female: How to Achieve Gender Diversity,' but it's about all industries. Tech is one of the worst offenders of gender bias, but the problem is universal in nearly every field.

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Interview: H.V. MacArthur Author of ‘Low Man on the Totem Pole: Stop Begging for a Promotion, Start Selling Your Genius’

Patricia Gale talks to author H.V. MacArthur about careers, power dynamics, staying on track, and the power of not trying to sell yourself in an interview. MacArthur's new book is 'Low Man on the Totem Pole: Stop Begging for a Promotion, Start Selling Your Genius.'

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Book Review: ‘Low Man on the Totem Pole: Stop Begging for a Promotion, Start Selling Your Genius,’ by H.V. MacArthur

'Low Man on the Totem Pole: Stop Begging for a Promotion, Start Selling Your Genius,' by career expert and business strategist H.V. MacArthur, is a tough-love letter to the employee in us all. And it's filled with workable, practical tips on how to shift your mindset from employee to business owner.

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Book Review: ‘The Melting Point: How to Stay Cool and Sustain World-Class Business Performance,’ by Dr. Christian Marcolli

Dr. Christian Marcolli, an international performance coach, found that those on top share a key trait: they always keep their cool. His new book, 'The Melting Point,' shows how.

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Book Review: ‘Stop Guessing: The 9 Behaviors of Great Problem Solvers,’ by Nat Greene

'Stop Guessing: The 9 Behaviours of Great Problem Solvers' by problem solving expert Nat Greene is a fascinating new book about what it really takes to solve the hard problems. It's a must for anyone in the business of finding solutions.

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Book Review: ‘My Mother, My Mentor,’ by Pamela F. Lenehan

Children of working mothers are thriving and beautifully positioned for adulthood, according to a new book by former Wall Street executive Pamela F. Lenehan in "My Mother, My Mentor" which shows that integrating career and family benefits kids — and in some surprising ways.

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