Woman to Woman 2000
Becoming Sabotage Savvy in the New Millennium
by Dr. Judith Briles
What do Monica Lewinsky, Demi Moore, Nancy Kerrigan, Mary Jo Buttafuocco and Hillary Rodham Clinton have in common? They were all sabotaged by other women.
Since the controversy stirred by Woman to Woman: From Sabotage to Support, the Chicago Tribune 1987 Business Book of the Year, Dr. Judith Briles has spoken to thousands of women each year about this insidious problem permeating politics, media, education, the corporate sector and relationships. Briles's latest study reveals that there is a 45% increase in the number of incidences of women sabotaging women. In her comprehensive new book, she offers strategies for dealing with this destructive behavior and a game plan to restore a healthy home and workplace environment as we approach the millennium.
"Exceptionally well documented and articulately written...a
'must read' for all women."
— Midwest Book Review
"Provides...a number of strategies for survival in this
hostile environment including bonding and teamwork."
— Buffalo News
"Any woman who ever has worked for or will work with another
woman should read this book and take Briles' message to heart."
— Denver Rocky Mountain News
*Featured in the Washington Post, Detroit Free Press,
McCall's, Marie Claire and on MSNBC
*Best seller in the Wall Street Journal West
A New Horizon Press Release
6 x 9, 318 pages
LC# 98-68326, world rights
ISBN: 0-88282-171-7 (hc), $26.95