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Are you an MBA or a PhD (poor, hungry and driven). There are volumes on best practices for managers, why don't women use that body of knowledge in their home life?
Author: 2010-12-10 17:57:04 [reply]
I think it is lack of proper access to research. However, I think that most women are innately gifted to manage relationships. Occasionally men can be helpful, but especially for strategic relationship decisions women should have the final say.
Reply by: 2013-12-09 19:13:13 [reply]
Management best practice involves: the communication of a clear mission and strategy, leadership by example, the setting of demanding but realistic targets, an open and communicative management style, clear and careful strategic planning. That works in relationships too especially where there is a strong leader.
Author: 2011-01-27 17:54:27 [reply]
Ann Benson I am a leader in my external life and do my best to act in line with this best practice. Do you have any tips or advice about how I as an flr man can support my wife to achieve her own leadership potential? She has the right natural qualities, and her own effective leadership style within the wider family, but does not have the kind of workplace experience mentioned here. I guess this means that her leadership style and experience is a better fit for the flr environment than my own workplace skills. But from your own perspective as a leader in both environments (I assume)is there anything that you think it would be helpful for me to share with her by way of offering advice?
Reply by: 2012-07-30 03:34:16 [reply]