The “Queen bee syndrome” myth: Men, not women, stop women becoming senior managers

Researchers from Columbia Business School in New York have demonstrated that the “Queen bee syndrome” – which states that women in senior management act to discourage other women from ascending the senior management ladder – is a myth. In fact, the Columbia study, which looked at 1,500 companies over a 20-year period, found that…
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