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ISBN:
0976565900
Author:
Laura Browne
Category:
Family Relationships
Language:
English
Publisher:
In Your Face Ink LLC (May 15, 2005)
Pages:
158 pages
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Laura’s new book, Why Can’t You Communicate Like Me? How Smart Women Get Results at Work uses practical information, quizzes, and case studies to help women get heard at work. Laura is a results oriented trainer with more than 18 years experience developing, designing and delivering training to participants in a variety of industries including electronics, insurance, banking, manufacturing and automotive. Her training topics have included communication, leadership, management, presentation skills, negotiation and intercultural communication for Japanese and Americans.

How Smart Women Get Results at Work. How Smart Women Get Results at Work is not rocket science. What it is is a funky but simple way to understand why you have problems communicating with various people

How Smart Women Get Results at Work. What it is is a funky but simple way to understand why you have problems communicating with various people. Some think the book is common sense, but I believe it is common sense that we don't think about until Browne succinctly points it out and reminds us of how each of us communicate. I love this book and use it in the corporate communication and women in management classes I teach at a university.

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Her first book, Why Can't You Communicate Like Me? How Smart Women Get Results at Work uses practical information, quizzes, and case studies to help women get better results and develop stronger relationships with everyone at work. She has a Master's Degree in Human Resources Management and Organizational Design. She has been quoted in leading publications including Family Circle magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, the San Francisco Chronicle, Arizona Woman magazine (April/May, 2008) and Cosmo (October, 2008)

Her first book, Why Can’t You Communicate Like Me? How Smart Women Get Results at Work uses practical information, quizzes, and case studies to help women get better results and develop stronger relationships with everyone at work.

Her first book, Why Can’t You Communicate Like Me? How Smart Women Get Results at Work uses practical information, quizzes, and case studies to help women get better results and develop stronger relationships with everyone at work. She has a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management and Organizational Design. She has been quoted in leading publications including Family Circle magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, the San Francisco Chronicle, Arizona Woman magazine (April/May, 2008) and Cosmo (October, 2008). Articles by laura browne. How To Make A Presentation to Executives - 7 Tips

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I worked with WOMEN Unlimited, an organization that helps corporate women to be more successful for about 10 years

I worked with WOMEN Unlimited, an organization that helps corporate women to be more successful for about 10 years. While there, I designed and delivered training and coaching to high potential female leaders from Fortune 1000 companies including American Express, Bank of America, Cisco, IBM, and Microsoft.

You communicate every day in many ways whether you mean to or not. Paying attention to how you communicate is just good business. Are you seen as bossy, as brainy, as bubbly, or as everyone's buddy? Take the 4B quiz inside Why Can't You Communicate Like Me? and discover how your co-workers see you. In order to be successful, you have to communicate equally well with everyone at work. This book, through real-live examples, shows you how to look at the way you communicate and how to use that information to move ahead in your career, because an intelligent approach to communication can make all the difference.
  • Zeus Wooden
"The more I understand differences, the more I like people."

These were the words our leadership instructor wrote on the flip chart the day we talked about our communication styles in 2007 back when I was still at my corporate job. Our subject that day was Laura Browne's blue book, an insightful pack of surprisingly eye-opening material in just 158 pages.

My leadership program assigned us this reading on women's unique communication styles with other women. Many of our discussions in this women's leadership program came back to one topic - why women do not get along with other women at work? What are the dynamics that shift the focus from real problems in corporate advancement and cause women to often see their peers as threats rather than inspiration? Why is success viewed as a zero-sum game, as though there is not enough of it to go around for all qualified parties?

According to Browne, whose book is specifically for women's communication style, we fall into one of four types below:

The Bossy Type
The Bubbly Type
The Buddy Type
The Brainy Type

The author describes each type by writing from the voice of that particular type. When you read about The Bossy Type, it is written from the perspective of bossy woman, and so on for all four types. This subtle cleverness she employs has two effects:

First, she clearly demonstrates the characteristics of a certain type by giving her a voice in the chapter.
Second, she forces the reader to test for herself whether this particular type is appealing by listening to her, rather than just reading abstractly about her.

It may all seem more fluff than substance when you first learn about the types - and I assure you that I would have fussed about `fluffiness' in great detail if that were the case but it wasn't. I found much value in the logical descriptions provided by the author to help us understand "the 4Bs"!
  • Flower
Why Can't You Communicate Like Me? How Smart Women Get Results at Work is not rocket science. What it is is a funky but simple way to understand why you have problems communicating with various people. Some think the book is common sense, but I believe it is common sense that we don't think about until Browne succinctly points it out and reminds us of how each of us communicate. I love this book and use it in the corporate communication and women in management classes I teach at a university.
  • Arar
Fast read - concise and applicable. Appreciated all of the above, and found very useful tips and tools to use...as a "Brainy-Bubbly".
  • Vozuru
I was so excited about this book that I immediately called my friends and family!! :) I felt as if one section had been written entirely about me.

I couldn't understand how anyone could possibly be less than delighted with working with someone fast, friendly, and happy. Since reading this book, my interaction with co-workers has not been instantly easy, but is much easier to understand and improve where needed. Before I wasn't even aware there was a potential disconnect, and if there WAS one, it most certainly couldn't be in any way my fault.

My favorite thing about this book is that each section is written to be digestable to that personality type, so you have an example to work from. It also is helpful that the book gives you specific tips for each type you are likely to struggle with the most. I've used this and have already seen improvements and opportunities on the job as a result.
  • Vital Beast
The premise of this fun book is that there are four basic types of communication styles used by women, and that the key to getting along with other people lies in using this knowledge to modify your own methods of interaction. The idea is not to stereotype women, but to help us to understand one another better. For example, some women prefer brainstorming ideas in a group while others like to put their thoughts down in writing before talking to anyone else about them. A manager can more effectively organize her direct reports by taking these key personality traits into account.

As a writer, I found this book to be a great resource for helping me to develop my female characters.