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By Dyan Dyer

Women’s journey for equality has been a long and difficult one. It’s hard for me to fathom that thirty or so years before I was born, women couldn’t vote. That today’s generations...

by Jim Collins, HarperCollins 2009

Companies don’t become great overnight, and likewise, they rarely fall without warning. By examining how companies behave as they get into trouble, Collins identifies the common stages of decline, and explores how leaders can keep their companies from falling all the way to the bottom.

by Andrew S. Grove, Crown Business 1999

First published twenty years ago, Grove’s thoughts on how to spot patterns in massive change stands up to the test of time. Based on common sense, case studies, and first-hand experience, this book guides leaders on how to act when the business landscape shifts suddenly and unexpectedly.

by Ram Charan, PublicAffairs 2015

Change, in addition to creating massive disruption, also exposes extraordinary opportunities. Charam explores how leaders can use change to create advantage, along with the mindset required to attack in spite of ambiguity, volatility, and complexity.

by Karissa Thacker, Wiley 2016

Authenticity is the best way to lead, and the only way to maintain sustainable success as an organization. With expertise, research-backed findings, case studies, and chapter “workouts”, Thacker, guides readers on how to understand themselves better and leverage their authentic selves to be more...