From Publishers Weekly
Now that women own nearly 50% of all businesses, the authors reason, women's worst enemies at work are just as likely to be other women. To support their thesis, which may offend some readers but will also generate attention, the authors both business consultants address differences between women's and men's behaviors. Declaring that women should be more conscious of their reaction if other women try to undermine a promotion or honor coming their way, they suggest, "that's the price we have to pay for the strong alliances we make with other women." This provocative, practical book deserves a wide readership.
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Every women who works should read this groundbreaking book. -- Clair Raines, co-author of Generations at Work
Powerful, eye-opening, smart reading. -- Susan Estrich, author of Sex and Power
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