Discussions of the “glass ceiling,” an invisible barrier to the progression of women (and other underrepresented leaders) from management to the executive ranks, has traditionally focused on discriminatory dynamics. But there’s more to the glass ceiling than discrimination. Executives who make it to the top learn to build an effective executive mindset, demonstrating proficiency in working ON the business in addition to IN the business, and project an authentic executive presence.
The modern glass ceiling is largely a function of unconscious bias
Most executives today think of themselves as tolerant, open and accepting of people who look different than they do and come from diverse backgrounds. They often have a desire to see more diversity in their leadership ranks.
Read the full article at: inpowercoaching.com