Advancing Women to the Boardroom

Vague Feedback May Hold Women Back, One Diverse Candidate is Not Enough, How Women Decided, and Tax Incentives for Board Diversity

Researchers find that women are more likely to receive vague feedback not tied to business goals, which leads to lower evaluations and less advancement opportunity; also a single diverse candidate in a list of possibilities has 0% chance of being the final choice (but two diverse candidates significantly increases the likelihood that one of them will be selected; and could tax incentives be the answer to increasing the number of women on boards? Read More.

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