Joanna’s research summary for TALENT RISING is now available in summary form, with practical recommendations to enable talented women and people of color to advance. For the complete white paper, please contact us.
And if your company would like to join the research for Phase 2 or receive Phase 1’s final white paper, please contact us.
“Joanna draws upon decades of experience as a leadership advisor, along with real-life stories from high performers, to provide professionals at any stage of their career with an empowering and very practical toolkit on how to grow through challenges and drive toward purpose at work.”
—Dominic Barton, Global Managing Partner, McKinsey & Company
“A prominent thought leader on talent and leadership, Joanna helps us turn difficult work challenges into personal and professional growth, spinning gold from inspiring stories, valuable coaching, and the caring mentorship we all want and need. Treasure this book!”
—Eileen Naughton, Vice President, Human Resources, Google
“Joanna Barsh has written a remarkably engaging and wise book about how to deal with the most vexing workplace challenges. Grow Wherever You Work offers brilliant and field-tested advice so you can respond with grace and competence to ugly hurdles such as working with the office villain and surviving with stretches when everything seems to suck—and for rising to the occasion when it is time to take a big risk. This is the best book of its kind I can recall.”
—Robert I. Sutton, New York Times bestselling author of The No Asshole Rule and The Asshole Survival Guide and Professor of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford Business School
Robert I. Sutton
“Almost every obstacle that you’ll face at work has been faced before—and chances are that Joanna Barsh has helped tackle them. In this useful book, she draws on her 35-year career to coach us to learn from the major challenges of our careers.”
—Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take and Originals and coauthor of Option B
“How do you survive a disappointing performance review? What if your supervisees won’t listen? Can you prepare for work to (at some point) suck? Top business leader Joanna Barsh has answers to these and other questions. She “gets it” – you are ambitious and yet work can be a gator-filled swamp. Barsh has the experience to guide you calmly through."
—Jessica Bacal, editor of Mistakes I Made at Work: 25 Influential Women Reflect on What They got out of Getting it Wrong