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Valerie Purdie Greenaway: Signal your capacity to lead

Valerie Purdie Greenaway: Signal your capacity to lead: Women Helping Women Succeed in the Workplace
Valerie Purdie Greenaway: Signal your capacity to lead: Women Helping Women Succeed in the Workplace

There are two ways to look at issues of diversity. Clearly the most important is to think about it from an institutional perspective. What can a company do to break down barriers and stereotypes? But until that day comes, if you are a member of an underrepresented group, it’s important to convey in a variety of ways that you have executive presence. Members of underrepresented groups need to know what these signals are and then decide about whether they’re going to use them, and in what capacity

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