In Group Negotiations, Make Sure Your Voice is Heard

Advice for those who feel they’re being drowned out in group talks.

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When President Barack Obama first took office, in 2008, two-thirds of his top aides were men. Moreover, some of those men were known for their brash, dominant personalities, including then chief of staff Rahm Emanuel and economic adviser Lawrence Summers. Consequently, “the West Wing was a well-documented bastion of testosterone,” reports Juliet Eilperin in the

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