Why the Future of Working Looks Bright for Women

collaborationRachel Sugar's recent article in Business Insider reveals that companies moving away from top-down hierarchies and into more collaborative models benefit female leaders. "Why the Future of Working Looks Bright for Women" discusses research by Raina Brands, an assistant professor of organizational behavior at London Business School, who found that "participants working in very hierarchical organizations saw male leaders as more charismatic, while participants working in dense networks attributed more charisma to female leaders." Read more here