A dynamic guide to owning your ambition and striving for success in an ever-changing world, while helping others along the way.
'Practical and big-hearted... the New Testament for the sisterhood.' Cathy Newman
'A soul-stirring self-help guide.' RED
Part self-help guide, part master class in survival skills for life and work, Lift as You Climb examines what sisterhood looks like today, asks what you can do to make things better for other women and considers how to do that without disadvantaging yourself.
It's the ultimate confidence bible for women planning careers in an ever-changing and uncertain world. And it addresses one of the biggest issues women face in the workplace - how to be ambitious without losing your sense of self. It must be possible, right?
Full of brilliant tips and invaluable insights, it's everything you need to know about making life better for yourself - without making it worse for others.
Readers love Lift as You Climb:
***** 'Inspires and provokes thoughts about how you can move forward in your career.'
***** 'Supportive and reassuring.'
***** 'Uplifting and full of hope, and of course written with a great deal of humour.'
A soul-stirring self-help guide to planning, focusing and achieving your career goals... without leaving your sisters behind.
An invaluable manual to getting on, getting ahead - and taking the rest of the sisterhood with you.
For every woman at any stage of her career, this brilliantly inspirational read explores how sisterhood intersects with ambition.
A vital handbook for your working life.
Full of excellent practical advice that works for every woman regardless of age, job, country, position or background. Lifting others as you climb is the surest way to climb the highest.
A book to have at your side for any situation.
Warm and wickedly smart.
Necessary reading - whether you're an ambitious woman or not.
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