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The Culture Map – Erin Meyers

The culture Map is a simple framework for decoding how people think and get things done across cultures. Throughout the book, the author uses real-world examples on how to succeed in managing across the diverse cultural contexts of the current workplace. “Whether you are sitting at a desk in Boston or eating at a restaurant in Beijing, communicating across cultures is the great challenge of the global economy. Getting it right will be the difference between success and failure.” Erin Meyers She provides a systematic, step-by-step approach to understanding the most common business communication challenges that arise from cultural differences …

Dear Ijeawele – The inspiring guide to raising a feminist

I love Chimamanda’s books, she is one of my favorite authors in Africa, and I liked reading this feminists Manifesto. Dear Ijeawele is an easy breakdown on feminism that demystifies some misconceptions of feminism in a set of fifteen priceless suggestions. The book was birthed out of Chimamanda’s letter to her friend on how to raise her daughter feminist. She offers a practical, captivating, and fresh perspective on how parents (mothers and fathers) can nurture and empower their daughters to grow into strong and independent women. Offering advice like teaching girls to reject likeability, be brave, kind, and stand for …