7 ways for women to get ahead in business

Women need to take charge of their career trajectories and start advocating for themselves as potential leaders, write Caryl Rivers and Rosalind C. Barnett. That means actively tackling stereotypes, demanding recognition for successes and refusing to cede ground or give undue credit to male colleagues. "If you don't speak up, you lose," Rivers and Barnett warn.

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