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The male factor : the unwritten rules, misperceptions, and secret beliefs of men in the workplace

Author: Shaunti Feldhahn
Publisher: New York : Broadway Books, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Millions of women gained eye-opening insights about the inner lives of men through Shaunti Feldhahn's best-selling For Women Only. Now, Feldhahn brings her innovative research approach to the workplace to help women understand their male colleagues. Using a nationwide survey and confidential interviews with thousands of men whose anonymity was guaranteed, she gets inside the hearts and minds of men in the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Shaunti Feldhahn
ISBN: 9780385528115 0385528116
OCLC Number: 297147161
Description: viii, 308 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: A new skill set --
Observations from the research process : the big picture of how men view women and men in the workplace --
"It's not personal, it's business" : two different worlds, two different laws of gravity --
The "natural laws" of the working world --
"She's crying, what do I do?" : how men view emotions in the workplace --
"If I let down my guard, the world will stop spinning" : the secret inner belief of every man --
The little things that drive men crazy --
"Suck it up" : getting it done no matter what --
The confidence game : men's inner insecurity and how it can affect you --
The visual trap : why that low-cut blouse can undercut your career --
"The most important thing" : men's top advice for women in the workplace.
Other Titles: Hidden in plain sight
Responsibility: Shaunti Feldhahn.
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Millions of women gained eye-opening insights about the inner lives of men through Shaunti Feldhahn's best-selling For Women Only. Now, Feldhahn brings her innovative research approach to the workplace to help women understand their male colleagues. Using a nationwide survey and confidential interviews with thousands of men whose anonymity was guaranteed, she gets inside the hearts and minds of men in the workplace--from CEOs to nonprofit managers, from lawyers to factory workers--to discover what they commonly think about women on the job, and what their expected "rules" of the workplace are. This expanded edition includes faith-based insights throughout, plus an added chapter with supportive application and wisdom from senior Christian women in the workplace.--From publisher description.

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