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December 21, 2010
Women Don’t Ask: The high cost of avoiding negotiation—and positive strategies for change
The authors write about their research on the personal and societal reasons that women do not ask for what they want, need, and deserve at home and at work.From career promotions to help with child care, studies demonstrate that don’t ask, and frequently don’t even realize they can.This book provides real-world examples of the differences in negotiating habits of men and women, and helps women understand how to change their attitudes and approaches so that they can obtain what they want.
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Women Don't Ask: The high cost of avoiding negotiation- and positive strategies for Change
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