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The momshift : women share their stories of career success after having children

Author: Reva Seth
Publisher: Toronto [Ontario] : Random House Canada, 2014. ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The MomShift is the first book to exclusively research and showcase the stories of a diverse range of relatable women who share the multitude of ways in which they achieved greater career success after starting their families ... In The MomShift, Reva Seth talked to over 500 mothers from a broad range of professional and personal backgrounds who have defied cultural expectations and achieved greater professional  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Seth, Reva, author.
Momshift.:
Toronto : Random House Canada, 2013.
(CaOONL)20139054391
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reva Seth
ISBN: 9780345812643 0345812646
OCLC Number: 858117427
Description: 295 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Is there a right time or a best time to have a baby? --
Maternity leave: the big jump --
Reinvention --
Staying on the ladder --
How we work --
Change on the home front --
Dollars and cents --
Where to from here?
Responsibility: Reva Seth.

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"The MomShift is the first book to exclusively research and showcase the stories of a diverse range of relatable women who share the multitude of ways in which they achieved greater career success after starting their families ... In The MomShift, Reva Seth talked to over 500 mothers from a broad range of professional and personal backgrounds who have defied cultural expectations and achieved greater professional success after starting their families. For these women and others like them, having children actually enhanced their work life: by helping them prioritize and set bigger goals, inspiring them to work harder and smarter or even spurring them to start their own businesses."--Www.Amazon.com.

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