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A Review for Leaders, New on

One of the best reasons to follow Soundview on Twitter is that you receive instant updates when new book reviews appear on Soundview’s Web site A recent tweet let our Twitter followers know that a FREE book review of Frances Hesselbein’s My Life in Leadership: The Journey and Lessons Learned Along the Way.

A biography of a CEO can be a hit-or-miss option for readers. When it comes to an autobiography, readers need to be even more selective. In many situations, an executive ends up reading a brief history of the CEO’s schooling, followed by a laundry list of his or her accomplishments. That’s why Hesselbein’s book earns the distinction of being reviewed by Soundview. She beautifully blends poignant stories with applicable business lessons. Hesselbein’s tenure as head of the Girl Scouts of America led to a true resurgence. She took an organization that served a small segment of the American population and expanded its ranks to be a welcome place for young women from all walks of life. My Life in Leadership is a book that deserves the praise it’s currently earning. Visit to learn more about the book.

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