A Letter from the Women Who Aren’t Meekly Taking on the Burden

I totally endorse this response and appreciate all the additional scenarios you mention. At the same time, I was comfortable with the original headline because female managers also do things like this to the women who report to them. This kind of thing: «the completed plan decided in a separate meeting without her, because it was just easier and perhaps you think she won’t make as much of a fuss about it.» Female managers – especially new/insecure ones who don’t feel up to defending their ideas, making a persuasive case or even discussing plans in a genuinely collaborative way – will frequently make this mistake.

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