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Tom Roux

My broad observation has been that women typically make much better managers of people than do men, mostly because of women's stronger, innate ability to communicate and relate to other people.

Interestingly, in the Intl. Association of Business Communicators (, about 80% of the 16,000 members are women. And compared to all the business people I've met in my lifetime, most of the women from IABC that I've met are among the most competent and most savvy business people. Period.

Thanks for an interesting post and congrats on writing the PP foreward.

Tom Roux
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