The percentage of women in business schools remains low -- at about 30% -- even as medical and law schools near gender parity. MBA programs need to start offering gender-specific leadership training, Selena Rezvani and Sandie Taylor write. They note common questions of women MBA students such as how to balance a family and a business, and how to retain femininity in a largely male environment. They also discuss the importance of finding mentors and female role models in business schools.
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