White Paper

Intersectionality in the Workplace & the Advancement of Women Leaders

Linkage’s latest research shows that race and ethnicity have a substantial effect on how women leaders assess themselves–and how others assess them.

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Organizations that don’t consider the role intersectionality plays in the advancement of women leaders are missing the big picture.

For women in different racial and ethnic groups, cultural expectations, life experiences, and a complex combination of different forms of discrimination, including racism and sexism, overlap in ways that profoundly affect their ability to professionally advance.

Do you understand how intersectionality affects women leaders at your organization?

Linkage’s latest research finds that race and ethnicity have a substantial effect on how women leaders assess themselves–and how others assess them.

In this White Paper, you will:

  • Gain an understanding into the role intersectionality plays in the advancement of women leaders
  • Unlock Linkage’s latest research on intersectionality, based on thousands of 360° assessments of high-performing women leaders at leading organizations and more than 30 decades of work
  • Examine the “Triple Bind,” and how it holds women back from the highest levels of leadership
  • Learn key recommendations for integrating intersectionality data into leadership development efforts

Download Intersectionality in the Workplace & the Advancement of Women Leaders to gain access to this important research.

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