Balancing Brains, Beauty, Boobs & Booty
Vidya Narayanan
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Amazing article Vidya! I’ve always been a fan of the “Stop cribbing and start improving” approach to life.

I’ve dealt with my share of female co-workers getting undermined — but in my experience this has been due to the co-workers not speaking up.

I once had a team-mate who wouldn’t explain an algorithm she developed to others because she lacked the confidence to do so. Someone else did, eventually and that person got most of the recognition.

I would absolutely love it if women start speaking up and getting recognised. It could create an absolutely amazing situation by increasing the number of people I can trust in the organisation, by increasing the competitive candidate pool for making hiring decisions (thus driving down costs) and by creating happier teams.

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