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 The G Quotient (Wiley & Sons) 

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Knowledge@Wharton, When to Come Out: The Challenges Facing Gay CEOs

Wall Street JournalApple CEO Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay

Wall Street Journal, A Silence Hangs Over Gay CEOs

Chicago Business, Does being gay make Tim Cook a better boss?

GQ Magazine, Why Gay Men Make The Best Bosses

The Glass Closet by Lord John Browne (Interviewed for this best-selling book by the former CEO of British Petroleum -- from Harper Business)

Delhi Daily News, Why Tim Cook saying ‘proud to be gay’ matters

The Guardian, Bringing the Outsiders In

The Advocate, R-E-S-P-E-C-T



New York Times, Making a Living with Multiple Part Time Jobs

Daily Beast, Give Millennials a Break

EHS Today, Gen Y Workers Report Low Job Satisfaction Levels




The G Quotient (Wiley & Sons)

  • Harvard Business Review named The G Quotient to it's prestigious recommended reading list.
  • Recogized as one of the best business management books of the year by strategy + business.
  • The subject of a feature story in TIME Magazine, titled, Come Out, Move Up, by Andrea Sachs, August 6, 2006 
  • Featured as a cover story for Details Magazine.

strategy+business: “Mr. Snyder’s evidence seems to show clear correlations between the gay experience and the development of what others have called emotional intelligence, and his arguments for a casual connection are persuasive.” Winter 2006

Library Journal:
”Highly recommended…Snyder treats the material sensible and seriously. His provocative study clearly and impressively shows that employees working for gay bosses have higher rates of satisfaction, job commitment, and productivity.”
June 15, 2006
 (Richard Drezen, Washington Post News Research) 

“Snyder’s book does a fine job of drilling into the traits common to successful LGBT leaders… Snyder has done a lot of homework, and draws us into specific case studies at real companies, with real people.” November 2006

Publisher’s Weekly:
“Snyder is perceptive and detailed.” “Novel managing strategies make this a practical business primer as well as a landmark study. Managers looking for a fresh approach should pick this title up, as should those interested in the rising profile of gays in America.”
 June 5, 2006 (starred review) 

Fast Company:
“USC B-School professor Kirk Snyder discovered that employees of gay white-collar males aren’t just happier with their jobs than other workers, they’re also more loyal and productive. Snyder explains why, offering seven management principles for everyone.”
 June 2006


Lavendar Road to Success (Ten Speed Press/Crown Business)

Based on a groundbreaking two-year study of more than 300 gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender alumni from the University of Southern California, Lavender Road to Success is the first career guide written specifically for the gay community.  Honored as one of the best books of the year as a top ten editors’ pick by and by Insight Out Books as one of the best books of the year.