woman leader
They tend to have “communal” priorities that shape corporate policies on social responsibility
couple in kitchen
The value husbands place on their wives’ contribution depends more on the social status the job offers than the money it brings in
Women who hold higher status than their partners have a greater chance of experiencing divorce. Having a helpful husband is one antidote to the Oscar love curse
How organizations account for female board membership can end up marginalizing the very people they want to champion

The Japanese economy is the third largest in the world and well over double that of the Canadian economy. Despite its economic significance, Japan has been somewhat ignored by investors over the past 25 years, given that the country has been in a recession for much of that time. 

Barling: Women in leadership is one of the last places of vast discrimination in our society. Men and media, what are you going to do about it?
Voluntary compliance, backed by peer pressure, will boost the number of women in executive suites and boardrooms
Writing The Science of Leadership left Julian Barling with some a-ha moments
The difference between male and female entrepreneurs may have more to do with access to capital or lack of role models
Two businesspeople in a race
Business decisions by top female executives are more highly valued by the stock market than those made by male executives

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