Common barriers

“A survey of the relevant literature shows that the most common barriers to women’s advancement in corporate leadership are, (A) in-group bias that causes current leaders to promote subordinates who they perceive to be like them, (B) androcentric values in the workplace and negative assumptions about women’s competence, (C) lack of access to corporate management and executive-level leadership experience, and (D) continued reliance on the prevalent but ineffectual “business case” argument”

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