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The rules for women are different – even in professional settings. Our voices are too soft, or too loud. We take up too much room, or too little. We’re told to lean in, but also, to smile. We are encouraged to be more assertive in the workplace, but when we are, we are deemed to be aggressive, or even worse, rude. These rules impact everyone in a workplace, men and women alike, because when we’re not all bringing 100% of ourselves to the job, the work suffers. So how can women navigate these contradicting messages and make work more manageable? In this episode, we are joined by Rebecca Reid, author of Rude: Stop Being Nice and Start Being Bold. Here, she explains:
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