Silencing is used as a way to intimidate and control women's access to leadership and self-determination. The author exposes the culture of silence, leadership narratives, or shades of truth presented as myths and spins or metaphors that shape perceptions of women's leadership experiences. An illustrative case study is provided to highlight the multi-layers challenges women encounter when seeking top positions for the first time when women are hard-wired to Lead.
Hard-wired To Lead: The Culture of Silence and Women's Leadership
Carmela R. Nanton, author