Coaching Urged for Women in the WSJ

According to the article which quotes a report from McKinsey, women make up only 15% of the top management panels.

These “women are doubly handicapped” because 62% occupy staff jobs “that rarely lead to a CEO role,” the study said. In contrast, the report found that 65% of men on the executive committee hold line jobs, which typically involve profit and loss responsibility for an operation.

To remedy this situation, the McKinsey report proposed that businesses work harder to change the mind-sets limiting women’s opportunities…

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