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Nonfiction book on management and leadership, targeted towards women in a technical, men-dominated field?

Can anyone recommend a nonfiction book on management and leadership, targeted towards women in a technical, men-dominated field? [more inside]
posted by stefnet on Mar 8, 2011 - 5 answers

Up on the roof in a thong, giving new meaning to butt shingles.

I have been having a heck of a time trying to find work clothes suited for women. I finally found a pair of work gloves that aren't way too big, but I would really like a pair of Carhartt-type bib overalls. I tried some on earlier this evening and although they had sizes that corresponded to the size of men's jeans that I wear, the legs of the pants were voluminous, clown-like, and just uncomfortably large. It seems as though they are cut with a larger/different body type in mind than a 5'3" female. Are there any comparable work clothes out there that, without being pink or other such nonsense, are more suited to a woman's frame?
posted by stefnet on Jun 9, 2005 - 13 answers

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