WINNER Women's Issues / Women's Studies 2023 Best Book Awards
If Untamed by Glennon Doyle lit your soul on fire, you will love She Who Wins.
If these past years have taught us anything, it's that so many women are stuck?stuck in jobs they despise, marriages that are joyless, roles they didn't ask for, and even in their own heads. The pandemic shook our world and now as we emerge from the cover of COVID, going back to "normal" seems insufferable.
If there was ever an opportunity to shake things up, it's now. Through the pages of SHE WHO WINS, Renee Bauer breaks down some uncomfortable truths about the things holding us back from truly winning in life. Because if we can survive a pandemic, homeschooling, loss of income, and even a toilet paper shortage don't we deserve to win?
Using her over two decades as an award-winning divorce attorney and entrepreneur, Renee Bauer shares her own vulnerable stories of divorce, failure, and ultimately, reinvention, to embolden, empower, and inspire women to choose the path most uncomfortable. This self-empowerment and motivational book is equal parts mindset and strategy, that can catapult women's lives from flatlined to fabulous by leaning into doing the hard thing.
WINNER Women's Issues / Women's Studies 2023 International Book Awards
Are professional organizations that publicly support equity and inclusive workplaces driving real, systemic change, or just using minorities to virtue signal while upholding the status quo?
While the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion have become de rigueur topics in HR circles, women and minorities remain vastly underrepresented in leadership roles. Leadership is a Responsibility explores equity in the workplace and best practices for inclusive leadership by recounting the stories of women in corporate America and the career journey of Dr. Marisol Capellan in academia. As a Black Hispanic woman working at an institution that publicly prostrated to the social justice agenda while privately protecting the status quo, Capellan examines the shortcomings of the DE&I movement and provides a prescription for leaders who are ready to take action and create systemic change. Leadership Is A Responsibility discusses how toxic leadership, performative allyship, and the intersection of identities (such as privilege, oppression, race, ethnicity, and gender) all impact our lives at work and throughout society.
If you are an ascending or established leader with the mission to create an inclusive, high-performance, and healthy work environment, adopting the principles of Leadership is a Responsibility will make your leadership approach transformational for generations to come!