“…articulate a strong point of view.”

July 01, 20141 minute read

“The male managers we interviewed were well aware that women often have a hard time making their otherwise strong voices heard in meetings, either because they’re not speaking loudly enough or because they can’t find a way to break into the conversation at all. more than a third indicated that when their female peers do speak up, they fail to articulate a strong point of view.”

— Article in Harvard Business Review by Kathryn Heath, Jill Flynn, and Mary Davis Holt: Managing Yourself: Women Find Your Voice