Double standards aren’t just infuriating; they can also dent your performance by distracting your attention. So how can you deal with them constructively? HBR has ideas. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Double standards aren’t just infuriating; they also can dent your performance through stereotype threat. That’s the psychological term for the anxiety that individual [...]
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Mentors and mentees should heed the sacrosanct 70-20-10 rule. By Herminia Ibarra (Contributor, Harvard Business Review) A new McKinsey study reports statistically what we already knew from personal experience: that mid-career and senior women tend to be found disproportionally in staff jobs, or “pink ghettos,” relative to men. The report tells us that 50% to [...]