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The Female Vision: Women's Real Power at Work [Kindle Edition]

Sally Helgesen , Julie Johnson , Marshall Goldsmith

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Groundbreaking new insights from the author of The Female Advantage
Redefines what women have to offer to the world
Provides a fresh and actionable perspective for organizations seeking to leverage women’s best talents

Women see the world through a distinctive lens. What they see is defined by what they notice, what they value and how they connect the dots. In this brilliant and strongly argued new book, Sally Helgesen and Julie Johnson demonstrate why the female vision constitutes women’s most powerful asset in the workplace and show how women and organizations can use it to strong advantage.
The authors describe the three elements of the female vision and explore the specific benefits that each provides. Women’s capacity for broad-spectrum notice widens the scope of information available to organizations and provides vital clues about relationships, shifting markets and potential conflicts. Women’s focus on the quality of day-to-day experience rather than abstract measures of achievement provides a way to restore balance to a 24/7 workplace in which endemic stress has become routine. Women’s penchant for viewing work in a larger social context offers a powerful means for moving beyond sterile game metaphors to engage motivation at a profound and authentic level.
The extraordinary power of the female vision has been overlooked because it is countercultural in most organizations and because its benefits have been difficult to measure. But as Helgesen and Johnson make clear, the advent of a team-based, service-oriented interconnected global business environment that seeks customized markets and must stir the passions of highly diverse employees requires precisely the skills that the female vision encompasses. The potential pay off to organizations in terms of creativity, strategic insight and the ability to engage and inspire diverse talents is undeniable.
Drawing on multiple veins of research, including their own Satisfaction Profile survey, the authors offer a totally fresh and even startling perspective on the true value that women bring to work. The Female Vision lays out exactly what companies must do to engage, energize and support talented women, and shows women how to nurture and sustain this power.

Über den Autor

Sally Helgesen is one of the world's brand name experts in the field of women's leadership and the author of five highly influential books. Her bestselling The Female Advantage: Women's Ways of Leadership, widely hailed as ""the classic work"" on what women have to contribute to organizations, has been continuously in print for 20 years, was translated into 11 languages, and is used in colleges and universities around the world. She is also the author of The Web of Inclusion: A New Architecture for Building Great Organizations, cited in the Wall Street Journal as one of the best books on leadership ever published.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 259 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 158 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1576753824
  • Verlag: Berrett-Koehler Publishers; Auflage: 1 (14. Juni 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B003KRP46U
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #462.257 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Inspiring Must Read for Corporate Leadership 10. Juni 2010
Von nettie reynolds - Veröffentlicht auf
This book is an incredibly masterful detailing of how corporations can tap the power of women and their unique skillset to create a more positive, inclusive, globally competitive workplace.

Helgesen and Johnson have created an insightful and visionary book about the value of workforce diversity and what organizations can do to support women in leadership positions.

The book is applicable to non-profits, corporations, educational and government organizations. We would be well served if this book was available at every university business leadership library as well as every high school library.

Uplifting, inspiring and a must read!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen What Women See: An Underdeveloped Resource in Business 28. Februar 2011
Von Karen Buckley - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Is what women see- what they notice and value and how they perceive the world in operation - a great underexploited resource in organizations? In this book Sally Helgesen once again helps us all know that we already know - that the answer is unequivocally yes.

Sally, and her coauthor Julie Johnson, were surprised by the results of the study they conducted to determine what women most deeply value and how this might conflict with what mainstream organizations expect their leaders to value. Could this discrepancy be what leads so many experienced and well-regarded women to either leave senior positions or watch their career stall out?

In Female Vision they demonstrate a frustrating connection between the kind of values and vision women bring to work and the kind of receptivity or even invitation that they don't receive. Yet, these very values and perceptions are what organizations need to thrive in today's fast changing, boundary dissolving, unsustainable world.

They concluded that women bring a focus on what really matters in life - satisfaction day by day, a broad spectrum perspective that takes multiple factors into account, and an interest in constantly building and tending to the social fabric of the organization and its many stakeholders. Isn't this 21st Century Leadership that works?

Yet, for the most part organizations do not recognize or value what women see as well as what they do. Until they do, talented women will continue to leave organizations and find new opportunities where their skills, talents, and wisdom are valued. It's hard to feel motivated when your skills, talents, and unique perspective are left out of the key strategy and decision-making sessions. The costs to organizations include not only turn over and retraining. They are also missing critical diversity in approach, values, and vision.

Read this book to discover whether you value female vision and learn how to invite it into your own organization and life. It's worth it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Beautifully written case 15. November 2010
Von Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D. - Veröffentlicht auf
Helgesen and Johnson make a strong case for harnessing the strengths of women. In this beautifully written book, we learn how women notice different things and that we must capture this vision to yield bottom line results. Case examples make the material come alive.
5.0 von 5 Sternen A Must-Read! 4. Oktober 2010
Von Julie Clayton - Veröffentlicht auf
The Female Vision: Women's Real Power at Work

Typically, the corporate world is still dominated by men with unexamined masculine attitudes and conditioning. Women within this subculture have essentially three choices about how they navigate any kind of success: adopt the prevailing masculinized practices, withdraw and betray themselves, or own their intrinsic value and take initiative. Authors Sally Helgessen and Julie Johnson shed light on the disparities between women's vision and men's in the business world, and they do so with insightful clarity, as well as substantial research and anecdotes. Still, the business world is merely representative of a greater and fundamental imbalance that exists in most societies: the absence of valuing the feminine experience. And for me, it is this larger message that this book delivers--albeit indirectly--that gets my passion aroused.

What is the feminine experience? Naturally, the answer is complex, but I think it's safe to begin by saying that the feminine intrinsically perceives the world as a relationship-oriented realm. When relationships are the lens through which reality--people and nature--is seen, this shifts everything that relates to meaning, values, vision, and action.

Many women are already redefining leadership and business across the globe, not by trying to change the existing power structures, but by reconstructing the power paradigm in local practices that have global reverberations. Thanks to such women, and women such as the authors of The Female Vision, we all benefit from their courage to cultivate a leadership of living as an interconnected community, united in the task of progressive social change.

"Addressing the complexities of our common future requires us to se the world from a full perspective, employing a wide lens as well as a sharp focus." The Female Vision is a must-read for both.
5.0 von 5 Sternen The under-valued female perspective in leadership positions 9. August 2010
Von Disappointed Consumer - Veröffentlicht auf
The authors make a strong case, based upon extensive research and compelling anecdotes, why women executives are known to say, "It's just not worth it." The bottom-line, according to Helgeson and Johnson, is that women have a unique way of seeing the world that offers strategic and economic advantages to their organizations, if only others would listen.

So, the value here is this: before you give up on reaching the next leadership level in your organization, check the tactics suggested on how to get others to listen to you. If that doesn't work, you'll know there wasn't anything else you could do other than move on.

A useful and interesting quick read for men and women who want to broaden and enrich conversations in the workplace.
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