5 reasons male coworkers may view women as a “little crazy”. Cosmopolitan article by Anna Davies spells out Shaunti’s research
Vault.com Career Intelligence article highlights five of the unwritten rules men have in the workplace.
While it may be offensive to women that there is a male code of behavior, it behooves us to at least crack the code.
Article by Lisa Earle McLeod, author of The Triangle of Truth
Forbes.com article by Vicki Salemi cites Shaunti Feldhahn from The Male Factor about women’s emotions in the workplace
Shaunti Feldhahn serves as panelist with Louann Brizendine, M.D.,Clinical Professor of Psychiatry; Dir., Women’s and Teen Girl’s Mood and Hormone Clinic, UCSF author of the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller The Female Brain, and her newest, The Male Brain.
An article from New York Times Talk Magazine citing findings from Shaunti Feldhahn’s book The Male Factor and Dr. Louann Brizendine’s book The Male Brain.
Time Magazine article by Andrea Sachs quotes Shaunti Feldhahn from The Male Factor
Shaunti Feldhahn announces The Male Factor on The Today Show
Shaunti discusses The Male Factor on Fox5 Atlanta
Military.com ~ The Male Factor is described as a “comprehensive and confidential picture of what men commonly think about their female colleagues”. Read more.
Basil and Spice.com ~ The Male Factor: Exhaustive Nationwide Survey Confirms Attitudinal Differences Between Men, Women in the Workplace. To read this review by David M. Kinchen, click here.