A survey of more than 230 culturally diverse women who are leaders or aspiring leaders in Australian-based businesses say that there is strong evidence that “double jeopardy” – gender and cultural background combining – is locking them out of leadership.
The Diversity Council Australia (DCA) and the University of Sydney Business School surveyed the women to gauge what is preventing them from progress and what organisations can do about it.
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