Hidden biases, lack of self-advocacy: Major hindrances to a woman’s advancement to top positions - August 30, 2011

A recent survey has found that hidden biases, lack of self-advocacy and lack of alignment between how women are taught culturally to behave and how their workplaces function,

A recent survey has found that hidden biases, lack of self-advocacy and lack of alignment between how women are taught culturally to behave and how their workplaces function, are the three major reasons which are hindering women’s rise to the top jobs instead of the fact that millions of highly educated women are surging into the labour markets.

Source: www.economictimes.com, August 30, 2011. “Hidden biases, lack of self-advocacy hindering women's rise to the top jobs”

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