The problems sometimes experienced by men or women working for bosses of the other sex - or alongside them as colleagues - are well-known. This book explains why the different communication styles of men and women lead to misunderstanding and conflict, and how to deal with these conflicts. Using everyday scenarios, the author shows both men and women how to: learn a wide range of relevant communication techniques (both direct and indirect); develop a flexible, open-minded attitude towards each other; effectively deliver and receive interpersonal feedback; avoid or prevent sexual harassment; and maximize career prospects by getting along with both sexes.
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Women and men can address the chronic conflicts and misunderstandings that occur in their communications without losing their individual strength. We communicate differently, for many reasons. But we do have to work together. It would be nice if it were a two-way street. However, the work environment is still basically a masculine one. So women, especially, need to learn how to understand and respond more effectively to the male-dominated communication patterns of the workplace.
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Book Description AMACOM, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. AMACOM hardcover ed. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0814402666
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