The pace of progress of women in business is unsatisfactory. The Supreme Court hearings continue the #MeToo theme: women are silent when they are wronged.
Surely I wouldn’t suggest women are responsible for being harassed! No. But what can women do to prevent being victims?
After the negativity of the Weinstein mess and the volume of women reporting harassment through the #MeToo movement, let’s look at some good news for women in business.
The unconscious bias facing women in the business world is just one of the many faces of gender bias. And it is clearly not its ugliest.
What does the outcome of the recent Presidential election mean for the progress of women in the world? Is this a setback, not only for women, but for other groups who are not white, straight and of European decent? I’m looking for constructive ways to respond to the revelation of the level of remaining racism, gender bias and fear of those “not like us.”