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You work like you played

You work like you played: Leadership Strategies for Women
You work like you played: Leadership Strategies for Women

Socialization plays a strong role in developing expectations for how we lead. Learn how the ways we learn to play, cooperate, and compete as children drive gender differences in the workplace (for example, jump rope vs. team sports). Also, explore data from kids' coaches on differences between girls' and boys' teams.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Business Communication Leadership

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