Women at the Negotiating Table With women comprising such a large percentage of the meeting planning world—and getting paid less than their male colleagues--a book to be published in October 2003 called Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide should be a hot read for this industry. Co-authored by Carnegie Mellon economist Linda Babcock and freelance writer Sara Laschever, the book doesn’t so much explore gender differences in negotiating styles, but instead focuses on whether ...

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