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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Discussion of the Cultural Differences of Language
One of the most frequent criticisms I have heard of this work from my colleagues is, "So what do I do about it?", "How do I fix it?" Interesting enough to me, most of these comments were from men. Most of my female colleagues seemed more content to understand, appreciate and work within the differences. Deborah Tannen is careful not to show a...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Content is great... presentation lacking...
Dr. Tannen has written several books detailing the effect of gender upon conversational style. This book, specifically, offers insights specific to the work place. The author cites research to substantiate her claims, but she does not bore the reader with scientific paradigms -- she speaks in a language we all can understand. The biggest problem with the book is that...
Am 14. Juli 1999 veröffentlicht


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3.0 von 5 Sternen Content is great... presentation lacking..., 14. Juli 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Dr. Tannen has written several books detailing the effect of gender upon conversational style. This book, specifically, offers insights specific to the work place. The author cites research to substantiate her claims, but she does not bore the reader with scientific paradigms -- she speaks in a language we all can understand. The biggest problem with the book is that it does not seem to flow. Her theories need to be better articulated through the book, and she needs to spend more time making sure that everything does not run together. If you have not read "You just don't understand," and you have a choice between the two books, pick that one. It will give the same information in a more organized way.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen A 1970's Viewpoint of Women Today, 7. Mai 2000
Von Ein Kunde
I had hoped women had progressed more than Tannen implies. Of course the relationship between men and women is still not perfect, but whenever there are differences, you will have imperfection. Tannen's examples are dated and her observations of women stereotypical. She frequently cites studies, but does not reference the situation or the dates of research.
I was very disappointed. I used this book in one of my graduate level organizational communications class. It certainly lead to a lengthy discussion. The students were angry at the lack of "current" information and the stereotyping.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Discussion of the Cultural Differences of Language, 16. August 1999
Von Ein Kunde
One of the most frequent criticisms I have heard of this work from my colleagues is, "So what do I do about it?", "How do I fix it?" Interesting enough to me, most of these comments were from men. Most of my female colleagues seemed more content to understand, appreciate and work within the differences. Deborah Tannen is careful not to show a preference for one style over another, and careful to respect both speaking modes. This approach can be very frustrating to anyone looking for a "How to" business book. This book is not about solutions any more than a book comparing the French and Spanish cultures is about solutions. It is about understanding linguistic/cultural differences. Those who understand will appreciate the "other's" language. Those who do not understand will keep on misunderstanding, wondering what is wrong and looking for a book that will tell them how to fix it. I regularly recommend this book to every business woman in one of my seminars. And, I recommend that they also buy copies for (a) their boss and (b) all of their subordinates . . . particularly if they are men.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Don't look here for 'solutions', 19. Mai 1999
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This is the first of Dr. Tannen's books I've read, so I don't know how it compares to the others (oh, fooey--there I go with a qualifying statement!!) but I kept finding myself thinking, 'so what do we DO about it?!' The book is extremely well written and noted, but it gets really depressing to page through countless examples of women's handicaps in business-speak without some relief. There are a few warnings about trying to alter one's style to 'fit in,' but no hints, no clues, no steps to take to extinguish, if not reverse, current behavior. This is not to say it isn't good reading, just not what I'd hoped to find.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Thought-provoking and helpful, 19. Juli 1999
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This book makes me acutely conscious of the way I communicate with other people, both women and men (as did "You Just Don't Understand" when I read it several years ago). Without mandating a certain method of communication or telling us how we must change our ways of talking to one another, Tannen illustrates and defines patterns and gives us enough information to work it out for ourselves. I definitely recommend this book to any woman in the workplace who wants to be seen as confident and competent without being labled as the B word.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good buy, 11. Februar 2000
Just finished reading this power book on communication and I loved it! It goes into the kinds of detail that women (and men) need to know so that success comes more naturally at work. The author's book is full of relevant facts and theories that are helpful.
I also recommend a book that my company uses in its training programs -- it would be helpful to anyone who wants to integrate her or his skills together as a top performing leader. It's called ""The Leader's Guide: 15 Essential Skills.""
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An excellent source for training staff who haven't a clue!, 19. Juni 1998
Von Ein Kunde
One of my male employees was having problems in his interactions as a supervisor with female employees. I used this book as part of his corrective action to learn how to communicate effectively on the job, especially with female subordinates. D.Tannen was there long before John Gray hit the hype--teaching us how the sexes differ in the ways they communicate and that failure to understand this can get an employee in serious trouble,even ruin their career.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Lots of information, but what do I do about it?, 20. Juli 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I read this for a leadership program that I'm in, hoping to find a better way to communicate with my peers and supervisors. Instead, I found many examples of what's wrong with very few examples of what's right. Tannen is a good writer, but I found this book to be lacking solid guidance for communication needs.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Disappointing, 21. August 1999
Von Ein Kunde
She raises so many issues and offers no way of dealing with them. A professor of linguistics should know that people want to know more than just the issues. She needed more research for the book esp. about how people deal with such issues effectively.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Essential reading for any man or woman in the workplace., 2. März 1998
Von Ein Kunde
I found her research compelling--there is little speculation in this book. It is based on what is actually happening at work, and for that reason, I highly recommend it to anyone seeking to improve communications in the workplace.
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