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Julie Coffman: Frontline Managers Are Key to Women's Career Aspirations

Women's confidence in their ability to reach the top wanes faster than men's.

  • June 10, 2015

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Julie Coffman: Frontline Managers Are Key to Women's Career Aspirations

Men and women start with similar career ambitions, but women's confidence in their ability to reach top executive positions falls more quickly than men's. Women often fail to find role models at their companies or think they don't fit the stereotypical image of success. In many cases, managers don't encourage women to take necessary career risks. Bain Partner Julie Coffman shares some tactics that could help companies reverse this trend. 

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