8 comments on “Chiseling Away at the Glass Ceiling

  1. Thank you for this article. It’s interesting to read and see the statistics about the number of women in the work force and being educated versus, being in leadership roles.

    I read an article in the HBR called Women and the Labyrinth of Leadership. It’s and interesting take on the “Glass Ceiling” notion. They uses a Labrynth to signify that it is possible for women to move up in leadership but they do tend to have obstacles and challenges a head of them like a winding maze.

    • Tiffany, Stacy and Nina! Thank you for your comments, and I’m glad you like her article. Nina – The Labyrinth idea is very interesting, and I’ve never thought of it that way. Can you send me a link to that article? I think it might be a great one to take a look at for this site. =)

    • Thanks Tiffany, Stacy and Nina for your feedback! It’s certainly motivating and inspiring to hear the perspectives of successful, professional women who have made their mark, despite having to overcome a male-dominated corporate America. I agree with Brenna, Nina, that the labyrinth is an interesting metaphor to describe the unique challenges a woman faces in order to achieve success. As a young, professional woman, I was definitely encouraged to keep aiming high and hope others are similarly encouraged.

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