28 Jul 2020

Over the past three decades, women have become far more confident about what they have to contribute as leaders. They have learned the value of female solidarity and support and have become more comfortable enlisting men as allies. Each of these changes has specific causes and effects, yet they all reinforce one another -- resulting in a succession of turning points that define the evolution of women's leadership and the potential for their future advancement.

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