Learning to Lead: What Really Works for Women in Law (Paperback)

Learning to Lead: What Really Works for Women in Law By Gindi Eckel Vincent, Mary B. Cranston, ABA Commission on Women in the Professio Cover Image
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This book (a) synthesizes and distills the research, anecdotal evidence, and key concepts on leadership techniques and success that help working women, in any field, develop in their careers; (b) tailors these principles for women practicing law, regardless of practice area, and creates practical actions that lawyers can implement in their lives and workplaces; and (c) puts the learning into practice by hearing from women who are leading in legal fields and by transforming themselves with a total leadership makeover. Learning to Lead provides a concise road map of the latest collective wisdom on leadership and applies those principles to women lawyers. It features interviews with 11 women legal leaders who share their lessons learned and tips for success. Women lawyers will read this book, take action, and chart their courses to leadership and success.

About the Author

Gindi Eckel Vincent serves as counsel in ExxonMobil's law department. Mary B. Cranston is the retired senior partner and immediate past chair of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, an international law firm with over 800 attorneys in 15 offices.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781627222143
ISBN-10: 1627222146
Publisher: American Bar Association
Publication Date: June 10th, 2014
Pages: 140
Language: English