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Since the Revolutionary War, women have helped defend their nation and aid the front lines. However, the military is still very much a man's world with several misconceptions of the female Soldier. In a gender-integrated fighting force, one must throw out the common stereotypes of gender roles if one is to lead effectively.
Colonel Jo B. Rusin U.S. Army (Retired) explores how the female Soldier differs from her male comrades, and analyzes the conflicts that are often experienced between them. This book is designed to give men, who have had limited experience leading women, the insight and knowledge necessary to lead women successfully. It is a short course in skills that can otherwise take months or years to learn from personal experience.
“…offers keen insights into the leadership challenges and culture of today’s gender-integrate military; a must read of leaders at every level!”
—Norman M Wade, Author/Publisher, Military SMARTbooks
“This book is an excellent read for leaders of all levels. The examples used… are a road map for taking care of all soldiers.”
—CSM (R) Robert Whiteford, Former Corps of Cadets CSM, Us Military Academy, West Point
“…Women on Your Team has given me a better perspective of leadership challenges face by my female cadets. I intend to integrate her work into our curriculum.”
—LTC (R) Ken Hinkle, Jupiter HS JROTC, Senior Army Instructor