THE COST OF BEING FORCEFUL, LADIES BE CAREFUL

"We already know that women's emotions and reactions in the office are often judged differently than men.

But new research from VitalSmarts, a Provo, Utah, organizational performance consultancy, finds that women who are forceful or angry in their communication may face "emotional inequality" and suffer greater social backlash than their male counterparts—including in their perceived worth.

The two-part study looked at the impact of forceful, high-stakes conversations and what could be done to overcome the bias."
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