WE: Men, Women, and the Decisive Formula for Winning at Work 1st Edition

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From the Inside Flap

"You cannot win without a workplace where women and men have equal opportunities, equal input, and equal power."
--Dominic Barton, Global Managing Partner, McKinsey & Company

So, what's a good guy to do?

The Challenge
Being determined, competitive, hungry for success, and able to lead winning teams have always been hallmarks of success in business. But now, at the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution and in the #MeToo era, that's no longer enough. We've learned that diversity equals dollars--companies irrefutably report improved performance when men and women lead together.

The Answers You've Been Looking For
WE is the straightforward playbook men, managers and leaders have been looking for to successfully work with women in our new economy. This is the everyday guide for good guys who want to win with talented people, regardless of gender. Keep it at your fingertips for concrete actions to take, the right things to say, and an expert woman's perspective on how to be the teammate and leader everyone wants to work with.

Men + Women = The Decisive Formula for Winning at Work
Guided by Anderson's unprecedented framework of four intentional behaviors, you can:

  • Generate opportunities for yourself, your company, and the capable women you work with
  • Recruit, retain, and advance women to create and work on the highest-performing teams
  • Be the colleague, mentor, and sponsor who advances women and benefits equally from working with them
  • Identify, interrupt, and address unconscious bias
  • Rely on leading-edge gender-balanced practices during meetings, feedback conversations, and networking

The WE approach doesn't require money, a title, or company-wide adoption. It's about actions you can control and the game-changing playbook you need to excel with women in the highly competitive and increasingly diverse, inclusive real world.

From the Back Cover

Be the colleague, manager, leader, mentor and sponsor everyone wants to work with. Improve your results and win by working equally with women.

Why experts and business leaders recommend WE to you.

"Anderson delivers the evidence-based framework for frontline managers to senior executives who are serious about improving the workplace through a commitment to action and rewriting the gender playbook. By taking action together, WE can succeed in creating an equitable workplace where everyone wins."
―David G. Smith, PhD, Associate Professor of Sociology, National Security Affairs Department, United States Naval War College, Co-author of Athena Rising: How and Why Men Should Mentor Women

"WE offers men a vision of why and how they must get onboard and contribute to gender equality in ways that make the work all of us do count for even more. Engagement at the top has always been important, but this book shows us how to create engagement throughout an entire organization. I'll definitely be recommending this to organizations that know they need to change ― and to those that don't!"
―Curt Rice, PhD, Leader of Norway's Committee on Gender Balance and Diversity in Research

"Startup founders―65% of whom are male―can't afford to overlook the insights and contributions that women will make to the growth of their firms. Anderson provides a compelling, well-timed roadmap for entrepreneurs to leverage the strengths of a gender diverse team, work effectively together, and produce better outcomes for everyone."
―Wendy Guillies, President and CEO, Kauffman Foundation

"This book is a must-read for all male leaders looking for guidance on how to work more effectively with women. WE sheds light on the what to do versus the what not to do."
―Jeffery Tobias Halter, President of YWomen, corporate gender strategist, author

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