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Harvard Business Review on women in business

Series: Harvard Business Review Paperback Series. Publisher: Boston Harvard Business School Press 2005Description: vii, 213 p.ISBN: 9780070260344.Subject(s): Women in the professions | Women executives | Businesswomen | Women - Employment re-entry | Career development | Work and familyDDC classification: 331.425 Summary: HBR on Women in Business: Examines the particular opportunities and challenges that women face in the workplace. balancing work and life, and the different leadership styles used by successful women. Today, there are more women in executive and managerial positions than ever before, bringing increasing opportunities to impact major business arenas--and overcome long-standing gender biases. Exploring a wide range of issues, from the unique strengths women bring to the workplace to the state of the proverbial glass ceiling, this guide illuminates the most important factors affecting a powerful and growing sector of the workplace. (331.425 H2) 165061
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HBR on Women in Business: Examines the particular opportunities and challenges that women face in the workplace. balancing work and life, and the different leadership styles used by successful women. Today, there are more women in executive and managerial positions than ever before, bringing increasing opportunities to impact major business arenas--and overcome long-standing gender biases. Exploring a wide range of issues, from the unique strengths women bring to the workplace to the state of the proverbial glass ceiling, this guide illuminates the most important factors affecting a powerful and growing sector of the workplace. (331.425 H2) 165061

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