I had an opportunity to see a pre-publication version of this book, and think it's great. I was anticipating that the book would appeal primarily to women, but that was definitely not the case. This book isn't academic/theoretical (which tends to be boring), nor is it corny/smarmy like a lot of self-help books. Just lots of great examples and lessons learned from the situations we encounter raising children that can be applied to the workplace (without questioning the maturity of our co-workers). Highly recommended.