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A Few Good Women: Breaking The Barriers To Top Management

  title={A Few Good Women: Breaking The Barriers To Top Management},
  author={Jane J. White},
Lessons from the trenches: twelve female executives who have successfully climbed the corporate ladder reveal how to shatter "the glass ceiling" and ascend into the ranks of upper management. Advice is provided on how to handle sexist comments and sexual advances; how to convince sexist clients to do business with a women; how to trade in a boss who won't work with women managers; how to get along with resentful colleagues and subordinates and gain their cooperation; how to sue for sex… 
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