What it takes to be a mother and a CEO

The majority of female CEOs for large companies are also mothers, and they say they learned to handle competing demands by being flexible and choosing not to feel guilty if they couldn't do it all. They add that motherhood isn't that different from being an executive. "Being consistent is the most common trait in parenting and managing," said Laura Sen, head of BJ's Wholesale Club.

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