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Counter Wouldn't you like to spend time with the top women in business to learn their "secrets" to success? What risks do they take? What choices have they made? And what advice do they have for you? In The New Success Rules for Women, Susan Abrams answers these questions and provides 10 rules for achieving your career goals. She brings the rules to life through anecdotes about the experiences of 45 women—married, single, with children, and without—who have started at the bottom and worked their way to the pinnacle of the business world. Inside this inspirational book, you'll learn from such extraordinary achievers as:
·Janet Robinson, president and general manager of the New York Times
·Betsy Holden, executive vice president of Kraft Foods Inc.
·Connie Duckworth, managing director of Goldman Sachs and CEO of
·Barbara Scholley, commander in the U.S. Navy
·Sharon Patrick, president of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
·Robin Burns, president and CEO of Intimate Beauty Corporation and Victoria's Secret Beauty
·And many more!
In The New Success Rules for Women, you'll also discover powerfully simple strategies to work smart, avoid burnout, and give "having it all" your best shot. Whether you're a seasoned manager, a new graduate, or returning to the workforce, you'll discover motivational examples and no-nonsense guidance to identify what business success means to you and how you can achieve it.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Women United States Psychology, Women United States Life skills guides, Women executives United States Psychology, Women executives United States Life skills guides, Businesswomen United States Psychology, Businesswomen United States Life skills guides, Success