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Understanding How Men and Women Lead Differently
For much of the twentieth century, most scientists assumed that women were essentially small men, neurologically and in every other sense except for their reproductive functions. That assumption has been at the heart of enduring misunderstandings. . . . When you look a little deeper into the brain differences, they reveal what makes women women and men men.
 
—LOUANN BRIZENDINE, M.D., AUTHOR OF THE FEMALE BRAIN
WHEN DID YOU REALIZE THAT YOU NOT ONLY FELT DIFFERENT from the other gender, but that you might actually lead people differently?
Was it while you were growing up and experiencing differences between boys and girls? Was it while living in your family home and observing your parents’ ...

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