The Herald Sun reports:
Australian women should understand that emotional behaviour is often viewed by male work colleagues as a weakness. "Women have to speak the language of men at work," he said. ... Dr Gray said Australian women also need to know emotional behaviour, such as bonding with workmates by talking about relationships and feelings, can be misunderstood by men as wasting time.
Let's assume for a moment that Gray is right about how women are perceived by men at work: why is it that women have to change? Why is it the responsibility of women to do the conforming and adapting? There might be an argument for that if someone could show that the way women behave was somehow less conducive to getting work done, but otherwise it's just nonsense. Why not ask men to adapt a little too?