Making something complicated sound simple


Deb EsayianAre women better communicators than men? A recent study at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine found that girls have a higher level of Foxp2—a protein in the brain associated with language capabilities—than boys do.

While the debate continues as to whether such qualities are inherent or learned, from where I sit, I do see some unique communications qualities in women that I believe are much needed in the halls of management.  But this goes beyond the stereotypical view often voiced that women are more empathetic and good listeners.

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