BGA Book Club — Front cover of the book Make Your Own Map, Career Success Strategy for Women, by Kathryn Bishop.

Make Your Own Map

Kathryn Bishop

Kogan Page

There’s no such thing as a pre-set path to career success. Following the footsteps of others can only get you so far – and for women, there are often additional obstacles.

Based on material from the popular ‘Women Transforming Leadership’ course from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Make Your Own Map is designed to help you develop a resilient and aspirational strategy for your career, whatever your starting point.

Kathryn Bishop is an Associate Fellow at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, where she has taught strategy development to organisations and individuals for more than 20 years. She is also Programme Director for ‘Women Transforming Leadership’ – Oxford University’s first leadership programme for women.

BGA members can enjoy a 20% discount on Make Your Own Mapby clicking here and using the following discount code at checkout: BGA20

Strategy is not just for organisations – read an article by the author of Make Your Own Map exclusively on BGA’s Business Impact.

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