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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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irihapeti

assertiveness training (which fall in the broad group - social awareness and interaction) for those at lower management level and below is a good thing. Not just for women but men employees also

however for women wanting to move up into senior management and this (training you to be more social) is all thats offered by the company/org, then the company/org is doing it wrong

Susan Colantuono has quite a bit to say about this. Is here:

http://www.ted.com/talks/susan_colantuono_the_career_advice_you_probably_didn_t_get

if you are a woman wanting to move from your mid management position to senior then you need to pay attention to her. And so do your emplyoer

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