A great new book called Womenomics (Harper Collins, 2009) by co-authors Claire Shipman and Katty Kay details new research that proves that women are “the hot commodity” in the workplace.
Women executives have proven to be better leaders, create higher profits, maintain a higher level of organization, and most important, they can use both sides of their brains.
A few new terms introduced include "pink profits", "asset-to-estrogen", "a new all" and the title itself, "womenomics."
Women are in big demand and the authors propose that it is a good time for women to ask themselves what they want at work and then ask their bosses for it. Flex time, or less time at the office, guilt free time off, or working from home some of the time are benefits that companies are starting to realize make good motivators and are received by women as benefits.
It is a great book with some really great statistics about women in the workplace.
This has been a very busy summer for writing assignments. Unfortunately
I’ve made very few blog entries over the past several months. I vow to get
better and start posting more regularly. For now, here are a few links that
will take you to a few recent book reviews on Blogcritics.