Does a woman have to behave like a man to reach the top?

Women at work
A fascinating and illuminating article on what it takes for a woman to reach the top in what is still – at the top echelons of organisations at least – a man’s world. For instance, only 6 out of the 200 largest Australian companies have a female CEO. Only a quarter of Singapore’s Members of Parliament are female. And fewer than 10% of the directors in Britain’s largest companies are female.

http://www.todayonline.com/business/management/traps-women-execs

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A dedicated English and GP tutor with First Class Honours from NUS, Steven Ooi retired from the profession after a 14-year career during which he was one of the most sought-after private tutors in Singapore. He is the recipient of the Minerva Prize from NUS, which is awarded to the top English Language honours student. This website, which has consistently ranked among the top 10 on Google and has received over 470,000 hits, has now been converted into a GP resource site cum listing of recommended tutors. If you are a GP or English tutor who wishes to be listed here, please email Steven Ooi at stevenooi18 @ yahoo.com (remove the spaces). Interested parties will be assessed and interviewed by Steven Ooi, and qualifications will be checked to uphold quality standards. DISCLAIMER: While every reasonable effort has been made to assess the competence and verify the qualifications of recommended tutors here, no guarantees are made and you engage them at your own risk. By using this website, you agree that you will not hold the webmaster Steven Ooi responsible for any consequences — direct or otherwise — that occur in relation with your use of this website.
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