What the corporate world can learn from women-owned businesses

A lack of ambition isn’t the problem. There is no shortage of women who aspire to lead. The problem, according to a new report from career management company Right Management, is that many women seeking career advancement don’t have women in their lives that can serve as professional peers and confidantes—”real models” who can empathize with their journeys and provide support.

Read what the corporate world can learn from women-owned businesses:

When Women Lead – Businesses Do Better (PDF)

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