A follow-up to the international bestseller What Got You Here Won't Get You There that will empower women and inspire them to achieve in business.
Sally Helgesen is an internationally acclaimed speaker and
consultant who specialises in helping women achieve their potential
in the workplace. She has delivered leadership programmes to
companies including Microsoft, IBM, the World Bank and Pfizer. A
contributing editor to strategy+business magazine, Helgesen
is the author of six bestselling books including the classic
bestseller The Female Advantage, as well as The Web of
Inclusion, which was named by the Wall Street Journal as
one of the greatest leadership books of all time.
Dr Marshall Goldsmith is widely recognised as the world's most influential leadership expert, renowned for his uncanny ability to help CEOs achieve lasting changes in behaviour. He has been named as one of the world's fifteen greatest business thinkers by The Times, described as one of America's 'Fifty Great Leaders' by Bloomberg Businessweek, and twice won 'World's Most Influential Leadership Thinker' at the Forbes Thinkers50 Awards. His 2008 book What Got You Here Won't Get You There was an international bestseller and remains the market-leading book on professional development.
"A smart and well-researched handbook for women trying to make the
next step in their careers." * Forbes *
"A counterintuitive collection of the 12 most common habits holding back women at work . . . I recommend reading the whole book." * Harper's Bazaar *
"A great resource to discover the 12 habits that hold women back and how to overcome them . . . Goldsmith is a bestselling author [and] pre-eminent executive coach . . . Helgesen is a leading authority in women's leadership." * Forbes *
"Reading How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job was a tough task; partly because it showed me a mirror-like none other, and partly because it made me want to enlist every woman I know into reading it urgently. A life-altering manual." * People Matters *