Dr. Kellie McElhaney is the founding director of the Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She started her career in banking, which she calls a heavily masculine industry, where women were compelled to exercise leadership in a masculine way. She is fighting the good fight in the corporate world to insist that yes – welcoming different skill sets, different personalities, different genders, and different ethnicities into the board room is not just a nice thing to do, but that it’s in fact good for the bottom line. Something business types like to hear 🙂 She’s the author of a book called Just Good Business.
I think you’ll be intrigued by what she has observed about Imposter Syndrome – and how it affects men and women differently.
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CENTER FOR EQUITY, GENDER, AND LEADERSHIP at Haas Business School at University of California, Berkeley