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By Pat Heim Susan K. Golant Susan Murphy | Comments: ( 177 ) | Date: ( Nov 12, 2019 )

In the Company of Women explains how indirect, or relational, aggression can hurt women and hinder them from achieving success and harmony in their adult lives Gender studies have shown that when a goal is in sight, men generally use direct action to attain it Women, on the other hand, have been socialized to express aggressive actions through indirect means using behaIn the Company of Women explains how indirect, or relational, aggression can hurt women and hinder them from achieving success and harmony in their adult lives Gender studies have shown that when a goal is in sight, men generally use direct action to attain it Women, on the other hand, have been socialized to express aggressive actions through indirect means using behavior such as shunning, stigmatizing, and With startling insights into the meaning of our everyday behavior, this book offers straightforward techniques to change conflict among women into cooperation by resolving discords peaceably, building relationships, and making the most of women s unique leadership and communication skills.


  • Title: In the Company of Women: Indirect Aggression Among Women:Why We Hurt Each Other and How to Stop
  • Author: Pat Heim Susan K. Golant Susan Murphy
  • ISBN: 9781585422234
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments In the Company of Women: Indirect Aggression Among Women:Why We Hurt Each Other and How to Stop

  • Lynne Spreen

    I've spent my life denying it, but now that I'm older, I have to raise the white flag. Women are backstabbers. Before you respond in horror, let me explain.I just finished In the Company of Women - Indirect Aggression Among Women: Why We Hurt Each Other and How To Stop. If the authors weren't so experienced or lacked data, or if I didn't already sort of feel this in my bones, I might slam the book closed with a snort. But there's too much here to simply dismiss it. Here are some of the points ma [...]


  • Aliya

    This book was on my TBR list,, as I was exploring self help titles and pop psychology books. Knowing that the Harvard Business School had recommended it, made me want to read it too. However, seeing only 24 reviews on made me hold back, thinking perhaps it was not that great after all.Boy, was I wrong! This is an eye opening book, one where you have so many Aha moments, as you read it. This book not only equips you to deal with women in the professional setting, but also women you may know pers [...]


  • Cindy

    The weakest part of this book is the authors' argument for the origin of indirect aggression among women. They try to base it in evolution rather than just staying within the world of social psychology. The rest of the book is dead-on on how many women treat one another. The authors' solution, which they call the "dead even rule," is passive aggressive in itself, but for that reason may be effective when dealing with passive aggressive women.


  • Deirdre Keating

    I've had so many great female mentors every step along the way, I've always been resistant to this line of reasoning. But hearing more from friends whose daughters are struggling, especially in the middle school stage, makes me think we all could stand to learn more about this "horizontal" line of power.cially since I know women can be great supporters instead of saboteurs.


  • Joan

    Every woman who works with other women, especially but not only in an office setting, should read this book. It provides insights into how women display and direct the aggression that, early on, is discouraged in little girls as being "not nice," "unladylike," etc.


  • Margaret

    If you work with women, or are a woman, or communicate with women, this is an interesting read. It's geared a little more towards corporate execs than towards the rest of us, but many of the principles of female communication are generally applicable.


  • Allison

    The beginning of the book makes some insufficiently supported claims about the biological basis for gendered conflict styles, but I found the anecdotes from the authors' experiences to be enlightening.


  • Skylinebal

    My bookgroup read this in October. I read segments and found it insightful. Explains communication and power style differences between women focused in a business workplace setting. The "Power Dead Even" resinated with my own experience.


  • Soph

    I disagree with the authors' evolutionary psychology based analysis for why women are in conflict, but their strategies for overcoming it are solid. All in all a useful book.


  • Kimberly Calderon

    Good, interesting material, but a bit long for me. I sort of live this topic in my "real life" so reading this much about it was sort of over the top for me at times.


  • Beth

    Cooperataion and collaboration vs competition, good read and reminders, nothing outstanding.


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