It’s still really a man’s world, and women at the top must navigate through the bias

A boss is just a boss, but female leaders face particular challenges. Here’s how to negotiate them.

28th July, 2019

‘Footballers are just footballers. It doesn’t matter if they’re men or women.”

These were the words from a pundit on RTÉ’s recent coverage of the Women’s World Cup. She was replying to a question from Kieran Cuddihy on Newstalk about the public’s perception of the sport.

I believe something similar is relevant when we’re speaking about chief executives. A chief executive is...

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