What We’re Reading or Wish We Were ReadingPosted: October 24, 2015
Anne and I are away this week speaking at the Intercom: Leadership for a Sustainable Museum conference. We’re presenting with Marsha Semmel, who wrote the foreword to Leadership Matters, and David Young, the ED of Cliveden in Philadelphia and one of the book’s interviewees. We’ll report on the conference when we return.
In the meantime, here is a quirky list of what we’re reading, watching or listening to, in addition to a list of things we haven’t quite gotten to yet, but we will. Enjoy. And share your list please!
Joan Baldwin & Anne Ackerson
What We’ve Read or We’re Reading:
Bad Feminist, Roxanne Gay (Harper Perennial, 2014)
We Should All Be Feminists, Chiamanda Ngozi Adiche (Anchor Books, 2014)
“Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” Anne-Marie Slaughter, The Atlantic, July/August, 2012.
“What’s Holding Women Back in the Workplace?” Nikki Waller and Joann S. Lublin, September 30, 2015
What Works for Women at Work, Joan C. Williams and Rachel Dempsey (NYU Press, 2014)
“Boys Don’t Cry..But Should CEOs?” Roger Jones, October 24, 2015
The Danger of a Single Story Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Ted Talks, July 2009
What’s On the To-Read List:
Anarchist’s Guide to Historic House Museums. Frank Vagnone and Deborah Ryan (Left Coast, 2015)
“Centered Leadership: How Talented Women Thrive,” Joanna Barsh, Susie Cranston, and Rebecca A. Craske, McKinsey Quarterly, September 2008.
“The Bamboo Project,” Michele Martin’s career advice blog that’s chock full of great insights and creative solutions to divining and defining work you love.