Woman in communication Men and woman vary in communication styles in all kind of different ways.
Just by listening to someone talk about a friend of theirs, by the way they interact with them, and the message that they send you can figure out if it is a male or female.
In a article about Harvard Business School graduates, which looked at career expectations between graduating husbands and wives, Robin Ely found that half of the men thought their career would take priority.
Almost all the women thought their careers would take equal priority to their husband’s.
Our window to the world is shaped by experience, hopefulness, unconscious beliefs, personal filters.
The challenge becomes how to reconcile opposing and strongly held beliefs in the interest of improving a situation. I am constantly intrigued by statistics that show opposing reactions toward women’s career progression and gender parity.
Men are more conservative in facial movement and body contact .
However, they do tend to be complete in sitting styles: sprawling, stretching and spreading out.
And we have to teach our girls that they can reach as high as humanly possible.
“We have a lot of work to do, but we can get there if we work together.