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《Bran-New + Examination of Conflict And Competition Between Women In Workplace & Recommendations For Productive Work Practices》Nan Mooney - I CAN'T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT ! : Why Women Betray Other Women at Work

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This New York Times bestseller in hardcover edition is a bran-new book and nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM94.67. Now here Only at RM20. The massive influx of women into the workplace in the past thirty years means a whole new category of problems has arisen among women at work. Suddenly, women are working over, under, and alongside other women. Women on the job have grown more comfortable with ambition, competition, and success, but that hasn't negated the value they place on communication and relationships―on being liked and being nice. I CAN’T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT! offers a new and compelling perspective on conflict and competition among women in the workplace. Nan Mooney explores how and why some women hurt each other on the job, and what we can do to begin cleaning up the mess. Based on real stories from real women, I CAN’T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT! provides a provocative social and cultural exploration of the often troubled and painful dynamics that unfold among women on the job. Striking a balance between these two selves is a delicate undertaking and many women are uncertain how to interact in a workplace where such lines are regularly being blurred. Working together, women have fostered a breathtaking degree of positive change. But there is another side to the story. If women are to continue moving forward, the time has come to examine — honestly and unequivocally — our very human impulse to compete with, hurt and even destroy one another to get what we want. In I CAN’T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT! Nan Mooney provides vivid insights on the emotional toll competition can take on working women and charts a path towards more productive and fulfilling relationships for professional women everywhere. Mooney, whose well-received memoir, My Racing Heart (HarperCollins, 2002), about the world of thoroughbred horse racing, now examines a more vicious race-women versus women in the workplace-offering a vibrant, studied counterpoint to a touchy subject that's been fodder for many novels of the The Devil Wears Prada persuasion. The prickly dynamics that often develop between women in the workplace-both the subtle stabs-in-the-back and outright executive hair-pulling-are essentially tied up in our society's definition of what it means to be feminine, says Mooney; even though women have ""grown more comfortable with ambition, competition, and success,"" they still place great value on ""communication and relationships, on being liked and being nice."" Mooney visits a broad range of offices from all over the country, and the voices of these ""scientists, social workers, waitresses, lawyers, bankers, soldiers, editors, salespeople, athletes, and schoolteachers"" resonate with the same frustrations, disappointment, feelings of betrayal and guilt, and reveal both patterns of behavior (such as ""looking clean and dealing dirty"" and ""the new tokenism"") and longstanding issues that affect interaction between women at work (physical attractiveness, work-life balance, race and class issues, and age differences). Any woman who's felt the sting of a workplace snub will appreciate this long overdue book and its jaw-dropping anecdotes about conniving, clawing and incredulous women. The book not only caused self reflection, but it helped me better understand some of the dynamics in my current work situation. I think it's a good read. The evidence is largely anecdotal, but Mooney does a good job of supporting the stories with solid research. About Author Nan Mooney grew up in Seattle and graduated from Scripps College in California. Her work has appeared in, among others, The Washington Post, Women’s eNews, Slate.com, Seattle Weekly and The Blood-Horse. She is the author of My Racing Heart: The Passionate World of Thoroughbreds and the Track. She lives in New York City.

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