Gender Intelligence: How Embracing Differences in the Workplace Will Strengthen Your Company and Improve Its Value

Gender Intelligence How Embracing Differences in the Workplace Will Strengthen Your Company and Improve Its Value None

  • Title: Gender Intelligence: How Embracing Differences in the Workplace Will Strengthen Your Company and Improve Its Value
  • Author: Barbara Annis Keith Merron
  • ISBN: 9780062307439
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I picked this book up because I am transitioning into management in the technology industry and I feel compelled to do what I can to help diversify this predominantly male-orientated industry. After reading the first two chapters at Barnes & Noble, I picked it up hoping that the very analytical, well sourced, and science-applied-to-business writing style would continue.It did not. About half of the book appears anecdotal, and the other half is sourced to another primary work, so I was left w [...]

    2. I really enjoyed learning about the neurological differences between women and men and how that impacts the way that each interact with business. I thought the argument was interesting, valid, and important. My only issues were that it seemed to get really repetitive by the end and a lot of the examples given were given anonymously (probably to protect identities) which made it more difficult to get the full picture of some of the examples.

    3. I downloaded this book as an ARC from Edelweiss sometime in 2014, back when I was still a business librarian. I just recently got around to reading it (I do read the ARCs I get, just not always in a timely manner!) and I thought it was pretty good for a business book. Granted, I was a women's studies major and this definitely touches on a lot of the themes I am interested in. Like most business books, it's a bit dry and repetitive in places. There were parts that were genuinely interesting thoug [...]

    4. This book provides a fresh perspective on how gender diversity might be approached in the workplace and is based on research on gender differences. Men and women are wired differently and the authors advocate for gender intelligent programs that acknowledge and leverage the diverse leadership, problem thinking and collaboration styles women bring to the table instead of holding women to a male model of leadership.There is evidence that having more women in the highest levels of leadership leads [...]

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