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Power moms : how executive mothers navigate work and life / Joann S. Lublin.
Lublin, Joann S.
New York : Harper Business, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
xxiv, 263 pages ; 24 cm.
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"A retired Wall Street Journal editor and mother compares two generations of women boomers and GenXers to examine how each navigates the emotional and professional challenges involved in juggling managerial careers and families." -- Amazon.com.
"Wall Street Journal reporter, author of Earning It, and Power Mom Joann Lublin reveals how boomer and millennial women navigate the emotional and professional challenges of careers and families through the generations"-- Provided by publisher.
For the first time in American history, a significant number of mothers are heading major corporations. Yet these "power moms" still struggle with balancing their management responsibilities with raising children. Lublin draws on the experiences of executive mothers across industries-- and their grown daughters. She reveals how trailblazer boomers often endured sweeping disapproval for their demanding management careers, even as their own daughters sometimes rejected their choices. Lublin provides lessons and advice to help today's professional women, their families, and their employers navigate this challenging terrain. -- adapted from jacket
Includes bibliographical references (pages -248) and index.
Introduction -- Hard work for working mothers -- High potentials with high hopes for motherhood -- When work and family collide -- Trials and triumphs of domestic labor -- Being always on doesn't always work -- Making room for careers and kids -- My mother, my coach -- Better mom, better boss -- Power over pain -- Ditch working-mother guilt -- Now and then -- Making work workable for parents.
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