Women everywhere Full review n my blog I really valued reading this book I found that it gave me an pportunity to see a successful woman become who she is in a powerful way Kirstine s book talks a lot about being a women and having a career and she discusses a lot f points regarding work life balance feminism sexism work The Age of Treachery opportunities and changing perspectives I found it enlightening and well written I did not know who she was before reading this and now I find her to be a woman who we can all look up to I switched from buying Kindle booksn com to ca just to be able to read this book I wish I hadn t I ve heard Kirstine Stewart speak and was hoping this book would be just as great as her talk I saw was It wasn t It really gave no real advice that women can take with them into their jobs Instead it was a career history f Stewart with little advice for the rest f us Did not like this book There was noflow to it was all The Catcher in the Rye and Philosophy over the place Once again I am compelled to read this typef bookthinking I am the target audience and will benefit from the information shared among its pages I was hoping I would start the new year with some inspired gusts Seven Sisters New Quilts from an Old Favorite of wind in my sails Instead I was left driftingKirstine s book talks about herpportunities and less about where she struggledI never really got to a point where I felt there. S it's time we leaped past the uestion Bike Mechanic: Tales from the Road and the Workshop (Rouleur) of how women might create change in the working world and exploit the fact that profound change is already under way The digital revolution and the wavef millennials who are entering the work force with very different expectations than the generations who preceded them have created a new reality that demands a new style f leader with attributes and perspectives that make women the natural front runners The pportunity is there The uestion Stewart tackles in Our Turn is.
Kirstine is another example When a Man Loves a Woman of a strong smart person whom is female Her story comprisesf how determination dedication and great EI can enable ne to achieve extraordinary career heightsThis book like many gives rise to feminist movement and eual pportunities but it s Keep From Falling only a small percentagef I appreciated that Kirstine raises some excellent points about balance attitudes I and politicsThese lessons resonate when navigating a career path in the a world Catalogue the Insanity of commercial consumerism I thought this book was a wonderful descriptionf both Kirstine Stewart s leadership journey and the lessons she s learnt from the Blessed Homecoming organizations she s been a partf from Paragon Entertainment to Hallmark CBC to Twitter and I thought this was a very useful book and I now want to get my Shrek own copy My full reviewf the book can be found here n youtube It was fine Good thoughts about being a leader and a woman but by the end I just found it all a bit repetitive It s got good data in it though from a number f studies and it refers to some key business articles that would be worthwhile following up Look Alikes Jr. on I love and am inspired by the listening and learning modef leadership that Stewart presents As with Elizabeth Gilbert s Big Magic Creative Living Beyond Fear this appears to be the right book at the right time for me and I would recommend it to. In her inspiring deeply intelligent and intensely practical Our Turn Kirstine Stewart draws n her wn extensive leadership experience to take the conversation about women and work to a whole new level Simply put the time is now for new styles f leadership and women are best suited to set the pace Kirstine Stewart got her first job when she applied for a position as a girl Friday at a film distribution house Having worked her way up from the bottom under women and men leaders good and bad she believe.
Were some pearls f wisdom being imparted In the world Collecting and Exhibiting Computer-Based Technology: Expert Curation at the Museums of the Smithsonian Institution of media and technology Skyping and telecommuting is a possibility In manyther industries this is still not the status uo and it will be a very long time before it isWomen are the minority in leadership roles I would have been interested in learning what development programs Kirstine implemented at each He Remembers the Barren of herrganizationsdepartments that support women to have access to The Early Girl Gets the Blood Wolf opportunities Who supported her ideas who didn t How did shevercome them It s not that I was looking for her to name names but to call Diary of a Library Nerd: An Erotic Diary of One Woman's Metamorphosis out antiuated HR policiesr satisfying shareholder value meant not The Stonemere Park Breast Essays: From The L.C.T.F. Archives opening up vacation timer balancing the pay euityHere s another book that missed the mark when it came to being authentically honest about many Let the Wolf Howl of the barriers in place that will continue to hold women back in the workplace Funny insightful and uplifting Kirstine Stewart puts a new andptimistic perspective The Resistible Rise Of Benito Mussolini on leadership Yes there are anecdotes and hard data about women in leadership roles but the book is not just for women I think everyone in the C suites can learn from reading this I m already recommending it to me friends Great book for anyone thinking about their careerI will pass this bookn as my career now is justbeing a NannyI received this book through GOODREADS First Reads Giveaway. How do we seize it Stewart's wn track in the world has been exceptional and littered with firsts including being the first woman and the youngest person ever to head the CBC Not nly does she illuminate the broad strokes Blue Guide New York of the way forward for women and herwn principles f leadership she digs down into the nitty gritty f how she has managed to excel and to lead while staying true to who she is as a person Whether you're the CEO r the administrative assistant there is something for you in Our Turn.