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World-Dominating Leadership for Women by Danielle Lavallee Wasson and Nathalie Sasseville details how women may grow and prosper in the corporate world. The book explains the roles females may play in business and how they can strive to be good leaders while focusing on effective business strategies for the team and personal growth. The Compound Action Summaries at the end of each chapter provide a list of key points for reflection, and the authors provide extra gifts for their readers, giving them a link to a free ColorCode Personality Assessment and a three-day confidence-boosting workshop.
Women who are employed in areas traditionally dominated by men will benefit from reading World-Dominating Leadership for Women. If women heed and apply the advice in the book, glass ceilings will shatter for them. Historical facts about women are sprinkled throughout the text, and the authors discuss ways in which women may become fully functioning leaders while remaining true to themselves and their gender. The book does not tear down men and the authors speak highly of the positive support they have received from some quarters. They are seasoned professionals with experience in leadership, performance, and accountability. Danielle Lavallee Wasson and Nathalie Sasseville provide their readers with a comprehensive guide for business that includes effective ways to manage teams with boundaries and reasonable expectations as well as potentially troublesome clients. Most of all, the conversational yet informational text will empower women to make more informed decisions about their careers and upward mobility.