The trust crisis facing women leaders.
More women than ever are leading the world’s largest companies, but research shows that the increase in representation has been accompanied by a decline in confidence in women leaders. The picture is bleak for those who manage to break through the metaphorical glass ceiling.
In November, new data from The Reykjavik Index for Leadership, an annual survey that compares how men and women are perceived in terms of their ability to hold positions of power, showed that confidence in women leaders has declined significantly over the past year. This is the first drop in this measure since Kantar Public, a public policy evidence and advisory firm, began collecting data in 2018.
Source : BBC.