Connie Glaser in the News
Connie Glaser has been featured in the country's leading newspapers and
magazines including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times,
U.S. News & World Report,
Investor's Business Daily, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Boston
The NY Times
seeks Connie's insight on gender communications and NFL policy. Read
full story from the front page of Sports
Read feature on Connie and GenderTalk Works
In the last 15 years, women have made record advances in
the business world --as entrepreneurs and as corporate leaders. But when
it comes to communicating with the opposite sex, not much has changed.
It's hard to believe that veterans and daughters of the
women's movement of the '60's and '70's can still be caught off guard by
the stereotypes of male and female roles. But it's still an issue many women
-- and men -- deal with at work every day. Read full Story.
Executive Communications - An Interview with Connie Glaser
You know your topic. You organize your thoughts. You’re passionate
and confident. But you still don’t persuade people. What’s wrong?
The Achilles heel of many otherwise intelligent executives is their tendency
to talk themselves into trouble. They sabotage their persuasiveness by exhibiting
speech tics that erode their credibility.
The most effective way to assert yourself is to state your views without
fanfare. Skip disclaimers, says Connie Glaser, author of “GenderTalk
Works” and an Atlanta-based communication consultant. Read
The Differences Between Boys and Girls...GenderTalk Works at the Office
By Margery Weinstein
It turns out your problems communicating with those of the opposite gender
don't end at the kitchen table or on that bad blind date. It happens in the
office, too, and all the time. Connie Glaser, the Atlanta-based speaker and
author of Gender Talk Works: 7 Steps for Cracking the Gender Code
at Work, says corporate miscommunications between the sexes may abound—but
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Bridging the Gender Gap
The slender, elegant woman in a ruby jacket paces the
stage with a microphone tucked to her cheek
like a pop star during a concert in a giant arena. Her presence fills up
the room, where 300 business executives, male and female, listen to her speak. “Smiling
is a good thing, but woman smile way too much”, she says with a poignant
bright voice. “Ladies, learn to put on a poker face!” Read
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