Starting, or even running, an established business is not an easy task, it is full of ups and downs. Hence, it is essential that women should understand the technicalities of starting or managing a business. The following business books for women are considered pretty resourceful in difficult times and most of them have helped some of the most influential businesswomen in the world.
Principle Centered Leadership by Stephen Covey
Though this book was released in 1992 when times were a bit different, many critics feel that it perfectly fits the current business scenario. The most important principle of this book is “Empathetic Listening”. Normally, people don’t listen and end up making blunders. Listening is an important virtue in business and it is something that every businesswoman should have.
9 Secrets of Women Who Get Everything They Want by Kate White
Kate White is the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine and this book is like her own personal diary in which she has mentioned strategies which she developed by observing successful corporate women in every field. The book is a shining example which promotes creative thinking and the usage of new business methods which could take you to the top.
Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard by Chip and Dan Heath
Change is inevitable and most people try to approach it with logic. Most people believe that change is good and comes with a new dawn. This book talks about embracing change with a positive attitude. It is not necessary that change will always be good, it can even bring news which wasn’t expected. The book is brilliantly written and teaches how to reduce the complexity of change.
The Ten Laws of Enduring Success by Maria Bartiromo
The Ten Laws of Enduring Success is a great book which is filled with optimism, wisdom and hard work. This book is specially written for businesswomen and teaches how to break barriers and rise above all. The book has received universal praise and is a hot topic of discussion in corporate America. Read the rest of this entry »