A gender-blind, data-driven approach to selecting leaders in most fields would likely surface more women than men for these positions.
Anywhere in the world, there’s a tendency to assume that confidence is a key ingredient to success. Since women are generally less successful than men, it’s probably because they are not as confident. Research from the World Economic Forum illustrates how this plays out, particularly in STEM fields.
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