She starts well, claiming she is "definitely not a feminist", in which case she should presumably reject all the advantages feminism has garnered for her - like the vote, the right to work and the chance to express her (wrong) opinions all over the place.
Then the BBC informs us that her word is FACT. "[this] is not psycobabble. She bases her findings on archaeological evidence, MRI brain scans, genetics and large-scale surveys of how men and women behave"
She's telling people how to hire people to work for them. "On average, women gather more data, consider the context, are intuitive, have a sympathising mind and think more long-term. Ms Fisher calls it "web thinking". Men, on the other hand, are more focused, think linear, focus on rules and the short-term - "step thinking"."
Sure on average that may (or may not) be true. But that isn't the way you should hire people, based on averages. On average men are taller than women. But that doesn't mean we should hire only male firefighters, we should hire any man or woman tall enough and capable enough to do the job effectively.
And if you don't believe the rubbish about "testosterone makes you think differently" she's got proof: "Research shows that film scripts written by women are more complex and have more ambiguous endings than those written by men."
Which would also constitute (in my world) conclusive proof that the barriers to entry in the world of movie script-writing are higher for women than men.
Here's how wrong her analysis is, she at one point says "[some rubbish theory] may be the reason why women are better talkers", ignoring the fact that recent research shows women do not talk more than men, we just get ignored more.
And when she describes the male-female differences, a lot of them sound to me like subtle "digs" at women:
"Men can have tunnel vision, women may fail to get to the point."
So men are focussed and women stupid?
"Women find it difficult to counter aggression. When men push back, it earns them the respect of other men."
So women can't handle aggression and men thrive on it. Fuck off!
"When women apologise, they are not really sorry. For men it's a serious affair, a perceived weakening of their status."
Women are fickle and don't mean what they say. Men aren't. Excuse me while I barf here.
Expecting women to think one way and men another does two things:
1) It prevents women (and men) being considered for roles they may be more than capable of because assumptions have been made about their ability based on their gender.
2) It throws open the door for prejudice and justifies it.