Breaking Through is Hard to Do

“Why can't a woman be more like a man?” Professor Higgins famously asked decades ago in My Fair Lady. Indeed, why can't she earn as much as her male colleagues? Why can't she assume leadership positions as often, or even half as often, as her male counterparts?

Despite decades of equal opportunity and the influx of highly educated women in the work force, these questions continue to have a burning relevance — especially in the arena of meeting planning, where women predominate

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