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Business and the Feminine Principle

1st Edition

By Carol R. Frenier

Routledge

232 pages

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Description

Business and the Feminine Principle: The Untapped Resource describes in lay persons' language the essence of the archetypal feminine and its potential for business. This book shows both women and men how the feminine principle works in human thought and behavior and what it could mean for business if we gave the feminine principle the same kind of attention and support in the work place that we give to masculine consciousness.

Business and the Feminine Principle goes beyond the well-established conversation about the need for feminine attributes in business and invites both genders into an exciting new collaboration. By no means a critique of what is wrong with masculine perception and behavior in business, this book inspires new respect for the integrity of both masculine and feminine energy and their ability to co-create a viable future for all of us.

Reviews

on a comparison with Helgeson/Currency's book 'The Web of Inclusion'
'she (Frenier) delves deeper into the feminine soul, and has more to say about its
value in management.'

"…describes in lay persons' language the essence of the archetypal
feminine and its potential for business…Business and the Feminine
Principle is recommended reading for anyone charged with a supervisory
or managerial duties in the workplace, whether neophyte or experienced
veteran."
Wisconsin Bookwatch, October 1996

"This book is both profound and beautiful." - Triad Business News

Table of Contents

*Introduction *PART ONE - THE FEMININE PRINCIPLE: *Diffuse Awareness *The quick of the moment *Accepting the cycles of life *Deep community *PART TWO - FEMININE PATTERNS OF WORK: *Organising information and action *Deep feeling and radical trust *Mothering and being mothered *Sensibility about space *PART THREE - FEMININE LEADERSHIP: *Honoring our feminine depths *Collaboration with the masculine *Patterns of change *Conclusion

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS025000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship
BUS041000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management