Women may be their own worst enemies in the world of business

10/19/2012 | Huffington Post, The

When it comes to getting ahead in business, women may be their own worst enemies, writes Cerian Jenkins. In an Oxygen Media poll, 65% of women who responded said they resented other women who are in power, or who act like they are. Feelings of competition and resentment among women mean they may sabotage each other. "This pervading culture of comparison could work for the positive; but only if women start treating the issue as one of a non-gendered meritocracy and use it to healthily fuel their own and other women's ambitions," Jenkins concludes.

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