We all know there aren't enough powerful women leaders in the world, especially the world of business. And we mostly disagree about why that is, with explanations ranging from deeply ingrained gender bias, to the "mommy track" to women's own lack of confidence.
Whatever the explanation, there are things many women do that inadvertently hold us back from the highest achievement, according to Melissa Greenwell, COO of athletic apparel retailer The Finish Line, and author of the new book Money on the Table: How to Increase Profits Through Gender-Balanced Leadership. There are some mistakes women executives make that prevent us from excelling in leadership roles, she says. I've been guilty of every one of these. If you have too, whatever gender you are, you should stop. Today.
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