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    Sports and women in the workplace

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    A report on ABC's Good Morning America show on August 13, 2014, reported on "Getting ahead in the workplace" and addressed the question of "Should Women be Sports-Savvy". It focused on the point that women needed sports-savvy as one way of effectively competing with male peers to shatter the glass-ceiling of discrimination. The main point was women should have similar interests at work when interacting with males such as knowing and loving sports in order to be accepted equally.

    An article in Forbes Magazine August 9, 2014, by Kathy Caprino takes a totally opposite position and disagrees. Please comment and tell me which one you feel is most relevant and correct and why. You can find the Forbes article through by using the keyword search of the topic "should women be sports-savvy." It is not mandatory that you read the opposing article by Caprino but I thought it was interesting and relevant.

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    I believe women should be sports savvy as it drives the level of competitiveness to an even further and greater level. Without a doubt, through different observations men and women share different strengths when it comes to sports. In general, women tend to be more schematic or ...

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    This article provides an opinion of the topic of whether women should become more sports savvy to be competitive in the workplace environment.