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The Pocket MBA: A Woman's Playbook for Succeeding in Business

The Pocket MBA: A Woman's Playbook for Succeeding in Business

Current price: $16.00
Publication Date: July 12th, 2023
The MIT Press Bookstore
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Set yourself up for business success with this pocket-sized playbook

Packed with research, stories, and practical tools you can apply immediately, The Pocket MBA is an essential handbook for taking your business and your leadership to the next level. From mansplaining to motherhood, women face unique challenges when it comes to running a successful business. But whatever challenges you personally face, The Pocket MBA shares the insightful tips and strategies that will give you a head-start as a leader, manager, and owner.

In four accessible parts, you'll uncover the key components for a rock-solid team and a booming business. Whether you're going it on your own or you're working with a franchise, you'll learn effective ways to:

  • Lead yourself: Learn how to align your leadership with your values, and how to ground and centre yourself so that you can respond more effectively to challenges.
  • Lead your team: Get tips for recruiting and coaching staff so you can forge a happy, motivated, high-performing team of employees (who want to stick with you ).
  • Lead your clients: Learn the framework that will keep your clients happy and returning again and again--generating more positive reviews and word-of-mouth.
  • Lead your business: Discover practical models and metrics for assessing your ideas and making those critical business decisions.

Perfect for busy women in any industry, The Pocket MBA is a short and sweet playbook that will help you grow your business into a thriving, profitable enterprise.

About the Author

JODI COTTLE, MBA, is an award-winning entrepreneur and small-business owner. She currently operates a high-performing business within the world's largest aesthetics franchise network, Laser Clinics Australia. She earned her Master of Business Administration at the University of Auckland in New Zealand.