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Some senior-level women tend to distance themselves from junior women, often to be more accepted by their male peers. Trying to separate oneself from a marginalized group is, sadly, a strategy that’s frequently employed. It’s easy to believe that there’s limited space for people who look like you at the top when you can see it with your own eyes. So, what are women in the workplace to do, when research shows that we’re penalized for trying to lift each other up?
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The philanthropist and investor is tackling sexism in Silicon Valley.
To change the world, it helps to get capital into the hands of people who have a different vision for it. A few years ago, I began quietly investing in “nontraditional” venture capital funds—”nontraditional,” of course, being industry parlance for a fund that isn’t completely overindexed on companies led by white men.
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Reverse mentoring—where older executives are mentored by younger employees— is still a new concept. If done well, it can make the leader and the organisation more effective. Sreeradha D Basu speaks to experts on how to go about it. Buy-in and Acceptance It’s important for the leader to accept that a much younger person can provide valuable and often surprising feedback.
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The week's best photojournalism Daily business briefing For many professional women, the last five years have been an exercise in perseverance, bookended by movements at odds. We were told to lean in, to throw ourselves into the C-suite, and butt our way into all-male spaces. But in the process, many of us faced abuse, humiliation, and harassment at the hands of the men whose ranks in the boardroom we were meant to be joining.
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