4 edition of About Women and Men found in the catalog.
by Writers Club Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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She is the general editor of Men and Women in Ministry: A Complementary Perspective and has also authored several journal articles and chapters in three additional books.
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As more women in particular enter the workforce and as they enter jobs that have traditionally been dominated by men, issues related to sex and gender in work settings have become increasingly important and complex.
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While it's impossible for men to fully understand all the intricacies of being a woman, some books help illuminate it just a bit.
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As Jeffery points out in “Why Women” most senior leadership teams (still 85% men) are comprised of men and without their involvement to create systemic organizational changes women's advancement is stymied.
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The men fight each other senselessly, standing ready to do battle, and little else. Tepper follows the life of Stavia from her girlhood to serving as a member of the Women’s Council; her decision along the way to start giving books to a man named Chernon has unintended : Jeff Somers.
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