Can we create more female executives without actually wanting to work for them?
Can we support and advocate for the advancement of women and for crushing the glass ceiling without going all in? Who are female leaders supposed to lead when even women prefer to be led by men?
I think we have to ask ourselves - Are women, albeit sometimes unintentionally, keeping women down?
We have to do more to support professional women; we have toto work for them.
When women say to women: we want you to be promoted and to get paid more, but we just don't want to work for you,.
It's not just male bosses that women prefer; women prefer male colleagues in general.
Some questions I have to ask to learn - does some of the resistance to women come from one or more of these factors:
In hopes of getting some answers and feedback from you, the readers, I pose the following questions.