Lois P. Frankel introduced what woman should not do in Nice Girls Donít Get the Corner Office and Nice Girls Donít Get Rich, but in See Jane Lead she returns to tell us the most effective ways woman should, and can, lead.
Woman lead all the time; we just donít call it leadership. Whether it is leading a PTA, running a household, or in a formal leadership position, women have essential, often innate skills that lend to effective leadership. With a tendency toward a high emotional IQ, strong relationships skills, and the ability to multi-task, women are equipped with a wide range of skills which correlate with key leadership qualities.
See Jane Lead is loaded with valuable leadership information. I listened to the recording twice and learned even more the second time. Also included is a wealth of additional bonus material, including a Leadership Self Assessment, charts outlining the difference between management and leadership, communication styles, and a model for giving behavioral feedback. See Jane Lead is a must for the bookshelves of all women - definitely one of those rare resources to be revisited again and again.