Women in business, including women in leadership, should not be expected to single-handedly change the culture and values of their workplace—a near impossible feat. Moreover, they shouldn’t need to mimic men’s behavior to get fair consideration for career advancement. A more effective strategy to increase their influence and capitalize on the opportunities they deserve is to find allies and mentors within the organization.
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