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The Careerist: Female Leaders Are So Mercurial


They still get accused of being abrasive and unlikeable. But at least no one is calling them hysterical.

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  • Ronique Breaux Jordan

    ...keeping it all in perspective...and voting with your wallet will help...so important to keeping going..

  • Big Law Partner

    Agree - I worked for a female partner and it was a very volatile relationship. Hopefully never again.

  • Tom

    Could it just be possible that these three individuals were not doing the job the way the organizations desired and coincidentally they were women? Why is it so often chalked up to anti-female when a woman or racist when an African American is let go?

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