Updated: Dec. 8, 2017

Titles About Diversity in the Workplace from the Lending Library

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Be Your Own Mentor: Strategies from Top Women on the Secrets of Success
Sheila Wellington and Betty Spence (February 2001)
Advice for women on how to devise a short-term and long-term career strategy, change career paths, negotiate salary, and balance work and family.
ISBN 037550060X
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Dear Sisters, Dear Daughters: Strategies for Success from Multicultural Women Attorneys
American Bar Association (2009)
A collection of letters and stories providing various roadmaps to success in the legal field as a minority woman.
ISBN 9781604420203
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Effective Attorney Work through an Interpreter: Twenty Tips to Work More Effectively in the Courtroom
German E. Velasco (August 2013)
Tips and tools to quickly learn more about legal interpreting and to unlock how the attorney’s knowledge and actions can contribute to effective, successful cooperation with a professional interpreter in the courtroom
ISBN 9781490710112
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Exclusion: Strategies for Improving Diversity in Recruitment, Retention and Promotion
Natalie Holder-Winfield (January 2015)
Best practices and strategies for eliminating micro-inequities in the workplace and achieve success with creating an inclusive culture.
ISBN 9781614388654
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The Female Brain
Louann Brizendine (August 2007)
Shows how the unique structure of the female brain determine how women think, what they value, how they communicate, and who they love.
ISBN 9780767920100 
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Learning to Lead: What Really Works for Women in Law
Gindi Vincent (2013)
Collected wisdom on leadership and the unique roles and skills women bring to leadership positions.
ISBN 9781627222143
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Marketing Success: How Did She Do That? Women Lawyers Show You How to Move Beyond Tips to Implementation
Dee A. Schiavelli and Afi S. Johnson-Parris (2015)
Best practices in the legal industry through interviews with women rainmakers on how they succeeded using the current approaches to marketing and business development.
ISBN 9781634251334
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Moving Diversity Forward: How to Go From Well-Meaning to Well-Doing
Verna A. Myers (April 2012)
An instructive book for those who wish to live and work in a multi-cultural world where everyone has a fair chance to succeed and contribute.
ISBN 9781614380061
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Recruiting Lawyers: How to Hire the Best Talent (2nd Edition)
Marcia Pennington Shannon and Susan Manch (August 2015)
Research on the law firm hiring practices and its many shifts over the past 30 years. Provides practical strategies that can be incorporated immediately into the recruitment procedures.
ISBN 9781634252263
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The Road to Independence: 101 Women's Journeys to Starting Their Own Law Firm
Karen Lockwood (2011)
A collection of stories focusing on the experiences and challenges of women attorneys as they created their own law firms.
ISBN 9781616320843
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Soul Sisters: The Five Sacred Qualities of a Woman’s Soul
Pythia Peay (May 2002)
Helps women cultivate their full potential through the lives and lessons of the heroines of world spiritual traditions.
ISBN 9781585421626
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Sponsoring Women: What Men Need to Know
Ida O. Abbott, JD (January 2014)
Provides an understanding of how and why men can sponsor high-performing women into leadership roles while avoiding potential pitfalls.
ISBN 9780989529310
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What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Working Women Need to Know
Joan C. Williams and Rachel Dempsey (January 2014)
A multi-generational perspective on how office politics often benefits men over women.
ISBN 9781479835454
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What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Working Women Need to Know
Phyllis Epstein (2015)
Stories from diverse women lawyers on how they have made their practice a success.
ISBN 9781634252386 
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You Raised Us - Now Work With Us: Millennials, Career Success, and Building Strong Workplace Teams
Lauren Rikleen (March 2014)
Provides a cultural and familial context to the key behaviors attributed to Millennials, while offering practical advice and proven strategies to help all generations maximize each other's strengths in the workplace and enhance their own career success.
ISBN 9781627225854
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