To Lead or Be Liked? | HBR’s Sarah Green Carmichael

Emilie talks with the Harvard Business Review’s Sarah Green Carmichael to understand the double-binds women leaders face – and how to persist in the face of them.

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Comments(4)

  1. Juliana Danielle says:

    This was awesome! So important to women of all ages to hear this information!

  2. […] I was so thrilled to kick-start women’s history month with the launch of the Bossed Up podcast, a career advice show focused on helpful women build powerful […]

  3. […] When they do what we hate, they’re viewed as competent. For women this really leads to a double bind, do we want people to like us (and be quantifiably better leaders) or do we want to be viewed as […]

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