- How Smart Women Win in the New Economy
- Narrated by: Magdalena Yesil
- Length: 7 hrs and 44 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 31-10-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Hachette Audio
In Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy, Yesil urges women to look beyond the alarming gender statistics of the workplace and feel confident entering tech or any field - but also prepared to deal with the challenges. She shares what she experienced as a woman in Silicon Valley with surprising candor and heart, relying not just on her insight but that of more than a dozen top women entrepreneurs to offer pragmatic takeaways on topics such as:
Owning career choices while managing risk
Getting credit for your work
Managing sexual dynamics
Recruiting allies in the movement toward a supportive workplace for everyone
Pragmatic, incisive, and full of highly actionable advice, Yesil prepares ambitious women to break glass ceilings and rise to the top in the New Silicon Valley - and beyond.
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By BeckyinSandiego on 07-01-18
Insightful, fresh, and engaging
Magdalena knows her stuff as a long standing V.C. and Entrepeneur. This is a solid read for any ladies navigating male dominated industries that continue to be plagued by harassment, unfair wages, etc....I love her metaphor of water as a way to flow through difficult obstacles.
By Anurag K. on 01-01-18
Highly practical advice that transcends gender
In Power Up, the author shares blunt but pragmatic advice applicable to any professional-minded reader regardless of age, sector, or gender. I myself am a male reader and out of the technology space central to the 'new economy' but often found myself pausing to better absorb the nuggets of wisdom sprinkled throughout the book. I think the advice maintains relevance due to a straightforward framework to fight bias, whether real or imagined, centering around a core belief about the value of self and work product. (For the male readers hesitant to pick up the book, it also does not hurt to be a little more sensitive to challenges faced by women in the workforce).
The advice itself shines through a well-narrated collection of stories that reveal a charismatic and personable character. That said, I found the listening speed most comfortable at 1.25x. Highly recommend.