Managing Lives: Corporate Women and Social Change

Managing Lives: Corporate Women and Social Change

Managing Lives: Corporate Women and Social Change

Managing Lives: Corporate Women and Social Change

Synopsis

Much has been written about the purported differences between female and male psychology, and even the notion of a separate lower-paid, low-pressure Mommy Track in corporations. But what have been the actual experiences of women in the business world, pursuing careers formerly filled by men? How have women viewed their personal and professional development? This book addresses these issues. Making extensive use of interviews, Sue J.M. Freeman interweaves testimony from 40 women in management positions who speak candidly about their lives, the challenges of their careers, and their changing conceptions of themselves.
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