#GoodRead | What working women can do when they don't get credit for collaboration

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Bundesarchiv, Bild 102-08112 / Georg Pahl [CC BY-SA 3.0 de], via Wikimedia Commons

"What working women can do when they don't get credit for collaboration":

Women do not get credit when it is due. In studies I have conducted with psychology professor Michelle C. Haynes, now at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, women who worked collaboratively with men on designing multiyear investment portfolios were consistently seen as less competent than their male peers. And when their joint project was successful, women were seen as playing a less influential role in its success, while their male counterparts were assumed to have taken on leadership roles.

Read Madeline E. Heilman's full article at Quartz here…