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Leadership Strategies For Women That Are Non-Threatening (9 pics)

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Sarah Cooper of The Cooper Review understands that there's nothing easy about being a women in the business world. So she decided to create some tongue in cheek illustrations that perfectly capture the experience.

1 Leadership Strategies For Women That Are Non-Threatening (9 pics)


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№1 Author: styopa (1 Aug 2016 05:44) Total user comments: 1230


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Maybe women would end up in more leadership roles if they stopped worrying about whether people think they're "threatening"?
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№2 Author: Pedro4lyfe (1 Aug 2016 09:07) Total user comments: 67


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Quote: styopa
Maybe women would end up in more leadership roles if they stopped worrying about whether people think they're "threatening"?


That's kinda the whole point. Problem is fragile little f*ckboi's...
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№3 Author: Bruce Burbank (1 Aug 2016 09:33) Total user comments: 372


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It's not about the supervisor (male or female). It's about the employee.

Some employees respond better and work better when their supervisor gives them the hard-line or more threatening treatment. The employee won't take it personally. They just know that their supervisor wants them to get sh*t done.

Other employees respond better to the softer, gentler approach. They will know just as well that they need to get their sh*t done. They'll just be more agreeable and do better work if the supervisor uses those words without the hard edge to them.

And it's the supervisor's responsibility to know which employees respond better to which approach.
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№4 Author: SirLaughALot (1 Aug 2016 14:15) Total user comments: 318


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wtf is this?
Dear girls ... please use the LEFT SIDE of these comics.
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№5 Author: kryptor (1 Aug 2016 15:35) Total user comments: 4793


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good grief people ... laugh a little

I'm pretty sure the woman who created this was just being funny.
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№6 Author: rostit (1 Aug 2016 17:46) Total user comments: 465


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Quote: styopa
Maybe women would end up in more leadership roles if they stopped worrying about whether people think they're "threatening"?

this is satire....
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