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  • Published:

    Jun 29, 2010
  • ISBN:

    9780061697197
  • Pages:

    256
  • Size:

    5.3" x 8"
  • Weight:

    0.4 lb
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Book Title and Author Byline

Womenomics

Work Less, Achieve More, Live Better

Product Description and Author Information

About the Book

“A personal, provocative, and challenging book for career women who want less guilt, more life.”—Diane Sawyer

Womenomics, the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller by Claire Shipman and Katty Kay, is an invaluable guide for this generation of professional women, provide knowledgeable advice on how to “Work Less, Achieve More, Live Better.” Shipman and Kay, two TV journalists well acquainted with the stress of the workplace, describe the new economic trends that offer today’s overworked working women more professional and personal choices than ever before. At last, you no longer have to do it all to have it all—Womenomics shows you how.

About the Authors

Claire Shipman

Photo of Claire Shipman

Claire Shipman is a journalist, author, and public speaker. She’s the author, along with Katty Kay, of two New York Times bestsellers, Womenomics: Work Less, Achieve More, Live Better and The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assurance—What Women Should Know. Before turning to writing, Claire spent almost three decades as an award-winning television journalist. For the last fourteen years, Claire was a regular contributor to Good Morning America and other national broadcasts for ABC News. Before that, she served as White House correspondent for NBC News, where she regularly reported on presidential policy and politics for NBC Nightly News and Today. Prior to that, she worked for CNN for a decade, covering the White House, and she was also posted in Moscow for five years, reporting on the fall of the Soviet Union. Claire’s coverage from Moscow helped CNN earn a National Headliners Award and a coveted Peabody Award. She received a DuPont Award and an Emmy Award for coverage of the 1989 Tiananmen Square student uprising, as well as a DuPont Award for CNN’s coverage of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. She graduated from Columbia College and later earned a master’s degree from the School of International Affairs there. She’s now a member of Columbia’s board of trustees. She lives in Washington, DC, with her husband and their two children and three dogs. Visit Claire online at theconfidencecode.com.

Katty Kay

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Katty Kay is the Washington, DC, anchor for BBC World News America. She is a regular guest on NBC's Meet the Press and MSNBC's Morning Joe. She lives in Washington, DC, with her husband and four children.

Reviews

“Buy a copy of Womenomics for yourself, your best friend, your daughter, your star employee, and even your boss.” —Cathie Black, president, Hearst Magazines and author of Basic Black

“Shipman and Kay have issued a rallying cry for women that is also a wake-up call for men. Our wives, daughters, sisters, and mothers are reshaping business as we know it. And that can make us all better off.” —Daniel H. Pink, author of A Whole New Mind

“Employers should be listening to what talented women want and use this book to hold up their end of the bargain, so that the best and brightest can have both a job and a life.” —Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Ernest L. Arbuckle Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, and author of Confidence

“Every woman who’s ever been knocked off course in the quest to have the elusive ‘all’ should run out and buy this book today!” —Dee Dee Myers, former White House press secretary and author of Why Women Should Rule the World

“Womenomics describes the workplace trend that finally makes it possible for women to be successful and sane at the same time. And happily, it’s a recession-friendly formula. —Tina Brown, founder, The Daily Beast

“A personal, provocative and challenging book for career women who want less guilt, more life.” —Diane Sawyer

“Womenomics makes a compelling statement about the financial impact women can have in the workplace and offers valuable ideas for capitalizing on this trend, even in this economic climate.” —Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Facebook

“Without wasted words, Shipman and Kay provide practical suggestions for how you can take charge of your career with courage and confidence.” —Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D., author of Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office

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