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Same Words, Different Language: A Proven Guide for Creating Gender Intelligence at Work, 3rd edition

  • Barbara Annis

Published by Pearson FT Press (April 26th 2016) - Copyright © 2016

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Same Words, Different Language: A Proven Guide for Creating Gender Intelligence at Work

ISBN-13: 9780134513270

Includes: Hardcover
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Overview

Barbara Annis, the world's leading corporate gender specialist, believes that men and women don't understand each other because they don't appreciate the different ways men and women relate, communicate, problem-solve, and make decisions. In this original, solutions-based book, Annis explains exactly where we differ and how to improve the way we communicate with one another. Learn of cutting-edge, scientific research into the different neurological frameworks and functions of the male and female brains and how these innate biological differences determine how we: View the world; Solve problems; Make decisions; Prioritize; Manage emotions; Deal with stress; Work in teams; and Lead.

Table of contents

Introduction

Chapter 1 — It’s Time to Change the Water We Swim In

Chapter 2 — How Gender Intelligent Are You?

Chapter 3 — The Science of Gender Difference

Chapter 4 — Attention Women: How Men See You–and How They Feel About It

Chapter 5 — The Word to Men: “Attention Must Be Paid” to Your Women Colleauges

Chapter 6 — Same Words, Different Language

Chapter 7 — Perception as Filter: Why Men and Women Live in Different Realities

Chapter 8 — Assumptions and Blind Spots

Chapter 9 — Understanding Out Strengths

Chapter 10 — Resolving Gender Conflicts

Afterword

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