THE GENDER COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK -
The Gender Communication Handbook is for anyone who works with the opposite sex. If you are a part of a management team, in HR, or develop corporate training, this book is a comprehensive guide filled with smart advice, extensive research, self-assessments and compelling true-to-life case studies. This was written to clarify some of the many questions about gender, how the rules have changed and will help individuals thrive in a more increasingly diverse workplace and find a common language. Successful gender communication is a business mandate.
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CODE SWITCHING: HOW TO TALK SO MEN WILL LISTEN
Does it ever seem that men are speaking in code and you’re on the outside? Do they shut you down or ignore you when you speak? Perhaps you’re speaking in code, too – a different code.
Men and women DO have unique communication styles that don’t always mesh well. Code Switching offers a way of “reaching across the aisle” to open the lines of communication. It helps both women and men crack the gender code and speak in common terms, so work gets done, conflict gets resolved, and mutual understanding and respect prevail … in the workplace and beyond.
The strategies in Code Switching go beyond mere common sense. Authors Brown and Nelson provide cutting-edge techniques that can be applied directly with immediate success. Examples and anecdotes show how others have used these practices to demolish communication barriers and break through stereotypes.
Don’t wait another day to gain more impact and get the recognition you deserve. Discover the secret of Code Switching, and be heard and understood … once and for all.
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YOU DON'T SAY: NAVIGATING NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE SEXES
More than words, it's nonverbal cues that have the power to improve-or impair-our interactions with the opposite sex at home and in the workplace. In fact, 90% of communication is conveyed through unspoken behaviors-including gestures, facial expressions, eye contact, and proximity. You Don't Say is the first book to explore the misunderstandings that often arise between the sexes due to nonverbal communication-and to show readers how to say what they mean and get what they want.