The Glass Ceiling in Australia is said to hold back women from promotions and career advancements. Does it? Does the Glass Ceiling even exist? If it does, does it matter? Do we, as women, need to break through the Glass Ceiling or do we have other priorities? Is the Glass Ceiling for women simply a reflection of a male-biased society? Do we want to be part of a testosterone driven corporate culture? Could the Glass Ceiling have advantages?
If a Glass Ceiling exists what does it take to break through it? What do women need to do to advance at work? Is the Glass Ceiling a valid explanation for the lack of promotions many women face? What holds you down at work? What has helped you progress at work? Have you successfully smashed the Glass Ceiling? How did you do it? What is it like on the other side of the Glass Ceiling? How do you maintain self-confidence against all odds in the Boardroom? Research shows that those companies with women at Executive and Board level get better results than those without. Is this your experience?
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