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"Any woman intent on getting ahead in the corporate world should read this book. It's a fascinating crash course in image, influence, and communication, from an accomplished and insightful coach. Terrific stuff!" --Anne Fisher, senior writer, Fortune, and "Ask Annie" career columnist,

"Every page of this book is filled with something you or one of your friends do every day...A simple, quick guide to presenting ourselves as the strong and bold women we are." --Gail Evans, author of She Wins, You Win and Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman

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If you work nonstop without a break...worry about offending others and back down too easily...explain too much when asked for information....or "poll" your friends and colleagues before making a decision, chances are you have been bypassed for promotions and ignored when you expressed your ideas. Although you may not be aware of it, girlish behaviors such as these are sabotaging your career!

Dr. Lois Frankel reveals why some women roar ahead in their careers while others stagnate. She's spotted a unique set of behaviors--101 in all--that women learn in girlhood that sabotage them as adults. Now, in this groudbreaking guide, she helps you eliminate these unconscious mistakes that could be holding you back--and offers invaluable coaching tips you can easily incorporate into your social and business skills. If you recognize and change the behaviors that say "girl" not "woman", the results will pay off in carrer opportunites you never thought possible--and in an image that identifies you as someone with the power and know-how to occupy the corner office.

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Il est parfois difficile de s'imposer en tant que femme dans le monde professionnel. Ce livre montre combien l'origine de cette difficulté est socio-culturelle et comment on peut la surmonter en utilisant quelques astuces concrètes et simples.
Le livre commence par une évaluation suivant différents axes de notre comportement au travail. Cette première partie permet alors de diriger le lecteur vers la ou les sections qui l'intéressent le plus, en terme de modification de comportement dans le monde professionnel. Ces différentes parties foisonnent d'exemples et de cas vécus et permettent de mettre en place au cours de semaines et de mois une nouvelle approche du travail étape par étape (apprendre à dire non, affirmer et non questionner, respecter et faire respecter ses horaires, etc.).
Bref, un must absolu !
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I just finished reading this book and I can already say that it changed my life. I work in a very male-dominated field and I got fed up of all the feminist propaganda I got from everywhere that made me feel intensely guilty of being "just" a woman oppressed and dominated in a society of men. "There are not enough women in that field", "women lack confidence", "women don't have role models", "women don't have mentors" "and this is why women don't succeed", that's all I can read online about my field. So I got fed up of that marketing because as a woman it didn't get me anywhere, it didn't make me achieve my goals, it just made me feel angry, guilty and use sexism as an excuse for not becoming the "real" woman I want to become. So I refused to be submitted to this kind of accusatory noise and I decided to find out for myself, what were really the mistakes I was doing that were indeed specific to women and what I could do about them to succeed better at work.

That's exactly what this book is about. It will show you very accurately what are the behaviors specific to women that they do and that explain why they don't succeed. This book literally liberated me from the thought that I would never reach my goal because I am dominated by men. No, most of the time, as the author explains, it is a problem of communication, presentation, visibility etc. Those are problems that you can fix, those are behaviors that you can absolutely change, and believing that you are dominated will only make you accept this state. But if you apply what she advises in this book, you will see that most of the things you need to succeed, you can do, and it is absolutely not dependent on your gender.
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just easy to read its alway close to my bed and enjoy read few pages in night
we should read again and again
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Still not in the corner office, but my cubicle has improved 9 décembre 2012
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Reading "Nice Girls" back in 2004 was a bit of a shock to me - an unpleasant one. So many of the negative behaviors Lois Frankel describes were things I did in the office on a regular basis. These behaviors were so ingrained in me: don't be too aggressive, apologize profusely for any misdeed, be grateful for any crumb tossed my way, and I sat with my foot folded under me ALL the time. I do agree with Frankel that it's difficult for women to get ahead by always being a "nice girl." Her book struck a chord with me, and I had to work hard to forcibly change behaviors that were so much a part of me. It's been nearly ten years since I first read this book, and no, I'm not in the corner office. But Frankel's advice has helped me to at least be perceived as more confident and assertive, even when I don't always feel it. This book provides some very helpful advice and insights for women of all ages and at all stages of their careers.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Reality is 90% Perception and Lois Frankel Shows Working Women How They Should Be Perceived. 26 février 2014
Par H. Nazarudin - Publié sur
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Before I bought this book I read both the positive and negative reviews and I give this book a 5 star rating based on the following reasons:

I was a CEO of a Nasdaq listed company . Before that I was also one of the youngest VPs in a large bank. Most of the negative reviewers hate this book because Ms.Frankel advocates that :

a) women should not 'appear' too feminine( i.e bringing food to the office often, have cutesy things in the cubicle, actively needing to be liked by co-workers)
b) we should dress, style their hair and wear makeup appropriately
c) she often tell women to not 'be nice' . ( this could mean doing the photocopying, going out of your way to help others, not saying yes etc)

I hate to burst some women's bubbles but like it or not , your chances of being taken seriously/become promoted or being seen as a leader IS influenced by how you talk/dress and carry yourself.

Imagine 2 young associates in an elevator with the CEO. Both are equally capable but one has long Victoria Secret's model hair ( it seems she spends a long time styling it everyday), a short above-the-knee skirt and uses that lilting Valley-speak accent where every sentence seems like a question. The other has shoulder-length stylish yet low-maintenance hair, a smartly-tailored suit with below-the-knee skirt and speaks in even, clear tones.

Which person would the CEO tend to think favorably of?

No one is saying you won't get ahead if you be yourself. But will it be harder? Make it easier and be the most professional version of yourself. I love doing my hair, makeup and wearing jewelry/high heels but I always make sure it's work appropriate and non-distracting. That's why I wear 3 inch heels for work and save my 5 inch platform stilettos for date night.

As for 'don't be nice ' I think what Ms.Frankel means is 'don't be a doormat' and you can say 'NO' without guilt. I'm a nice person and I treat people with respect. But there are co-workers who ask you out during lunch (when you really want to get some work done) or ask you to help with a group project that the company doesn't care about. I liked my co-workers but I learned to say no. And from my own observation its mostly women who feel guilty about saying no. Or, are resented by other female coworkers for saying 'No' .

Also please note that nowhere in the book does it say 'act like a man' or put style before substance. One reviewer says that a co-worker who 'spoke in a a clear, deliberate manner' just seemed false, and did not know what she is talking about. Well then the main problem was she did not know what she was talking about.

The whole message of the book is to do your work/job as best as you can, and use the power of perception to stand out favorably.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Perfect Graduation Gift! Awesome Condition! 4 avril 2017
Par Ashley C. - Publié sur
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Decent. FAST READ! Perfect to refresh or for your right out of school worker who studied it but hasn't ACTUALLLY HAD A CAREER OR JOB WHERE YOUR PERFORMANCE HURT OR HELPED OTHERS! Really clean book awesome condition! Thank you! Super fast read & gives a young girl the basics! And a bit more!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic wake-up call and guide. 8 mars 2015
Par Emily Y. - Publié sur
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This was a wake up call on some of the behavior I wasn't aware of which I can now see can be taken as "nice" or unlike a leader or expert. I like how it divides the behaviors into 7 areas, some of which we may already be doing alright in and some of which we probably aren't. She encourages you to start on the 2 areas where you need most on so that it's not overwhelming. For me, my problem is not marketing myself well and not sound/communicating as well as I could. She points out a lot of things I never thought about it.

I'm recommending it to all my friends.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Art of War for Women 1 novembre 2009
Par S. A. Martin - Publié sur
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Dr. Frankel's book, Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office, is a nice addition to any woman's toolkit for success in the workplace. The content is meant to have a little something for everyone. As with any book, you have to identify what components are most applicable to you and your situation. As you move from one organization or department to another, you may find that certain sections of the book that were not relevant have become your reality. Those that are underdeveloped may misunderstand and therefore misapply the content of the book. Many who have read The Art of War have probably witnessed this syndrome. Although this book is simple in its form/style, the substance is for those that already have a certain level of maturity and experience who are looking to achieve new levels of success. That being said, this book can be helpful to a young woman with a clear vision and a set of goals for her future.

Dr. Frankel was very forthright and honest in her writing and assessments. It was a breath of fresh air to read this book. There isn't much in the book that many seasoned professionals may not already be aware of. However, it gives a name to concepts and situations, and adds context and perspective. I have two copies, one is a loner. I revisit this book often as a reminder and a personal reassessment to ensure I am staying true and consistent with my goals.

This is still a great book. I have since met many of my professional goals and set some new ones. I enjoy and am grateful for being able to revisit this book.
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