When women lead, workplaces should listen
Procurated for you: Natacha Catalino and Kristan Marnane, McKinsey & Company
For years, female executives have come away from women-only leadership programs empowered to do—and ask for—more, valuing the opportunity to examine their strengths and shortcomings in the psychological safety of their peers and to use the experience as a springboard for personal development.
But organizations are leaving unexamined the most powerful lessons these programs offer.
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