Author: Apurva Purohit
Published By: Rupa Publications
No. of pages: 220
What to Expect?
- Expect a book that focuses on the biased environment in which women grow and continue living.
- Expect a book that describes how women suffocate in the workplace for the prejudices they face.
- Expect a book that will talk on behalf of every working female who also dons multiple roles in life.
- Expect a book about leadership and skills and how to showcase it when needed.
- Expect a book that says women are also capable of feeling proud and boast about their achievements aloud!
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Who can Read?
This book is not only for women but men too. The contents help the readers to view the world from a neutral point of view. Also, the book helps the readers to understand how men talk about their achievements and targets met with a coating of pride. The leadership lessons in Part two apply to one and all. Especially the one on creating winning teams, everyone.
How can the women workforce be treated as equals?
This has been a million-dollar question across the globe for ages! It is always women who are looked down on either in the pay scale or promotions. Whether a small enterprise or a multinational company, women are seen with a biased vision.
In this book – Lady, You’re the Boss, author Apurva stresses those women who subdue themselves for various reasons. She explains how one can strive to bring out the best version with little yet effective changes. The book also gives a detailed insight into the gender dynamics that are often ignored or not addressed in the workplace. It is a must-read for everyone for its various aspects.
Grammar & Vocabulary
The language used in the book is simple and easy to comprehend. This makes the book readable and accessible.
Author Apurva’s previous books catered to female readers from every walk of life. The translated versions also reached many women, and homemakers gave positive feedback. The relatable words, incidents, and personal experiences she explained in the book are reflections of most of the women’s experiences. With her writing, Author Apurva brought women together with a sense of belongingness and inclusivity.
What did I like?
1. The language, contents, and indentation.
2. Author’s take on society against working women
3. The summarised points after every chapter.
Pick it if
- You like to read self-help books.
- You want to read books that explain what kind of bias working women face in workplaces.