Starting your own new venture can be a scary thought. In fear of the risk involved many women used to relegate themselves to the sphere of their domestic lives instead of taking on the world. However, these are things of the past. The business environment has evolved enormously and women of ability and confidence have taken up influential positions in leading global organizations. There are books to read for women in business that will inspire them to follow their dreams.
In today’s technologically advanced business world communication plays a vital part. And women are great communicators that build relationships to expand the organizational reach. Women are proven mentors and multitaskers. And these are especially the traits that help the organization strengthen and build brand reputation. Becoming a successful leader and businesswomen is not something that will happen overnight. It happens after years of grooming towards becoming stronger, better and smarter. Reading about experiences penned down by successful business women can go a long way in inspiring and supporting the entrepreneur in you.
There are many books to read for women in business that will inspire the inner leader in you and help your foray into your world of business.
5 Best Books To Read For Women In Business (handpicked by our staff)
This book by Gabriel Weinberg and Justin Mares is about their own experiences and learning in building a successful business brand. This book will teach you about nineteen channels that can help build a customer base. It features interviews of more than forty successful start-up founders to help you get inspired.
The author Lauren Maillian Bias in her book shows you how to achieve your goals and success in business by tapping in the qualities that are the essence of your individual self. She teaches you how to reach the pinnacle of your career and life independently and on your own terms.
This book by Eric Ries talks about the new business approach adopted by new businesses across the globe to minimize and prevent failures. The Lean startup is inspired by lessons on lean manufacturing and enables businesses to move directions with agility.
This book by Robert B. Cialdini is all about influence and persuasion. He talks about six universal principles of persuasion skills that will help you learn how to make people say yes and how you can defend yourself against them.
This is a book by Chris Voss, a former FBI officer who was an international hostage negotiator. The author in this book talks about field-tested approach and ideas that can lead you to success in high-stakes negotiations.