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Women everywhere seem to say the same thing about their male partners and it goes like this: 'He just shuts off to emotion! ' Or 'He'll leave the room and refuse to talk about it!
' So when Rosemary, a client of mine, started telling me about the difficulties she was having with her partner, I listened sympathetically and let her pour out her frustration without telling her that I had heard it all before.
“A team doesn't have to be 50 percent women and 50 percent for it to be balanced,” says Merron.
If I've heard it once, I've heard it a thousand times.
Understanding better how your partner processes emotions can clear up misunderstandings and bring greater tolerance into your relationship.
The fact is that men and women are different in more than just the obvious physical ways.
RELATED: How Work Affects Your Love (and Sex) Life Even though more women have entered the workforce and have risen in the ranks, they haven’t become male clones.
Indeed, men and women can be just as different in the professional world as they are in their personal lives.
In fact, research by Stanford’s business school last year found that women who exhibited “masculine traits” such as aggressiveness and confidence and were able to self-monitor, or control, their behavior received 1.5 more promotions than men exhibiting similar qualities.
What executives are just beginning to understand is that these differences can be great for business.
Typically, “men are linear in thought process and more narrow in their focus, so they are able to break down problems into their component parts and solve it,” says Keith Merron a senior associate Barbara Annis & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in gender diversity.
If a man is quiet, a women may assume his silence indicates that he is upset.
Men, on the other hand, stop communicating when they have a problem to solve.