Good Read | Women Score Higher On Leadership Metrics, So Why Do We Prefer Male Bosses?

Carol M. Highsmith [public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Carol M. Highsmith [public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

"Women Score Higher On Leadership Metrics, So Why Do We Prefer Male Bosses?":

The higher women climb up the career ladder, the bigger the gender gap grows. Women still hold just 5 percent of CEO positions and 17 percent of board seats, according to research group Catalyst. But this may not be the fault of leadership: One of the biggest obstacles to narrowing the gender gap for female leaders may be the employees who work for them.

Read Lisa Wirthman's full article at Forbes here…

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