What you can do to break through the glass ceiling

05/6/2013 | Forbes

Professional women still face institutional barriers on their way to the top, but there are now more holes in the glass ceiling than ever before, writes Margie Warrell. You can prepare yourself for an executive position by adopting a leadership mindset, becoming more resilient and getting comfortable with speaking out when necessary, she writes. In particular, you should be ready to ask for what you need and be willing to highlight your accomplishments, she writes.

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