The more manly a man is in corporate America, the better. Clinton's aspirations to public office is as a role model for other fifty-somethings who have put their ambitions on hold while supporting their husbands' careers. She was too aggressive, particularly for a woman, she was advised to be more feminine, get new clothes, get a haircut. What they need, the author maintains, is more collective action.
Hillary is a trickier heroine. It is not objective; it just seems that way because we've all been doing it that way for so long. In my generation, there's a name for it - Hillary. And why shouldn't she be held to the same standard we are? She seems content to use the frog for all he's worth, which is hardly the fairy tale we grew up with. But is there any doubt that a Senate half-comprised of Hillarys would do more to further the agenda of suburban women who question her values than the one we have now? If the problem is that we don't know how to put a value on experience in the private world, shouldn't we figure it out? The idea of Hillary Clinton is the idea of a woman who puts her career first; who will do anything, put up with anything, sell her soul if necessary to keep her hands on the levers of power. Facts and stereotypes about motherhood hold back all women, she contends, exhorting women in positions of power to use that power to support other women: Ann Hopkins discovered that the hard way when she came up for a partnership at Price Waterhouse. According to findings from Ann Morrison Center for Creative Leadership for women to succeed, it is essential that they contradict the stereotypes that their male executives and coworkers had about women - they had to be seen as different, 'better than women. The only thing worse than the notion that she loves him despite it all is the idea that she doesn't and that all she's cared about from the beginning is getting power. A quick survey of politics, academia, law, medicine, and entertainment reveals similar troubling inequities. So does the experience of one woman I met who was a scratch golfer, a better player than all but a few of the men in her work circle. As Professor Lawrence Katz of Harvard explains, the fear that a generous leave policy might attract employees with no long-term interest in the company means that 'even employers who want to provide generous benefits will not do so. But it is precisely for that reason that we need to support other women who live their lives differently. Clinton's aspirations to public office is as a role model for other fifty-somethings who have put their ambitions on hold while supporting their husbands' careers. They talk about life choices: And there is not reason a woman should feel constrained to vote for a candidate with whom she has fundamental disagreements, simply because she is a women. Certain to provoke national debate in this election year, this is the book waiting to be written by Estrich-and the book every woman should read before heading to the voting booth. We cannot function like men do and get to the same place because we would be called bitches and avaricous and everything else. And therein lies the rub for female managers seeking to get ahead by developing a style of being and leading with which male managers are comfortable. Not every woman who gets elected to office cares about the issues that most women do; there are men who do more to support families than women. There were a few sections that I wasn't totally in agreement with and I about halfway through reading this I found out that Estrich is a long-time Fox News contributor who had put out a statement defending Roger Ailes against sexual harassment claims by Gretchen Carlson and others, which kind of made me sick. It's not the choice we made.
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