Who Says It’s a Man’s World Now Available on NetGalley

Our upcoming book, Who Says It’s a Man’s World: The Girls’ Guide to Corporate Domination, by Emily Bennington, is now available to review on NetGalley. If you are a book reviewer, journalist, librarian or professor, bookseller and blogger or other book professional, we invite you to download an e-galley of the book today. Click HERE to submit your digital galley request for Who Says It’s a Man’s World.

The Old Boys’ Club is dead. Let’s hear it for the girls!

The Atlantic magazine has called it the “end of men.” For the first time in U.S. history, women form the majority of the workforce, filling more managerial positions than their male counterparts. Today’s women are primed to take over the corporate world—if they don’t stumble on the way up.

Packed with insights from extraordinary women who have climbed the corporate ladder—including McDonald’s president Jan Fields, JetBlue cofounder Ann Rhoades, and fashion pioneer Liz Lange—Who Says It’s a Man’s World helps women navigate the rocky path from cubicle to executive suite. This ultra-practical guide offers an ideal “Success Profile” along with the measurable action steps needed to excel in each of five reputation-enhancing areas: personal development, social skills, effectiveness, team building, and leadership.

Complete with the latest research on women in the workplace and an eye-opening “promotability” assessment, Who Says It’s a Man’s World provides readers with everything they need to build their own fast-track career plan.

Emily Bennington, author of Who Says it's A Man's World out in January from AMACOM booksEmily Bennington  is a frequent speaker on the topic of career success and has been featured on Fox Business, CNN, and ABC, and quoted in publications including the Wall Street JournalNew York Post, and Washington Post Express. She is a contributing writer for Monster.com, a featured blogger for The Huffington Post, Forbes Woman, and US News and World Report, and coauthor of Effective Immediately.

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