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The Female Vision by Julie Johnson, Sally Helgesen

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NOTES

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PREFACE

1. Herminia Ibarra and Otilia Obodaru, “Women and the Vision Thing,” Harvard Business Review 87, no. 1 (January 2009), 62–70.

CHAPTER ONE: WHAT WOMEN SEE

1. Mary O’Malley, interview with the authors, December 18, 2009.

2. Katharine McLennan, “The Neuroscience of Leadership and Culture,” Mettle Group, March 2007, at www.networkcentral.com.au/documents/NeurosciencesArticle.pdf, 15–16.

3. On diversity of values, see Sally Helgesen and Julie Johnson, The Satisfaction Profile Assessment, 2008, published by Harris Interactive, at www.sallyhelgesen.com. See also R. Roosevelt Thomas, Building on the Promise of Diversity: How We Can Move to the Next Level in Our Workplaces, Our Communities, ...

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