Women shouldn’t have to lead like men to be successful

Posted on by on February 24th, 2015 | Comments Off

Bold, loud leadership may be valuable, but organizations need to recognize that there is more than one way for employees to contribute effectively.

When we talk about feminism in the workplace, we generally discuss the importance of empowering women. When we say empowerment, what we are really suggesting is that women act more like those who have long been historically empowered—men. View Article 

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