Waiting for Your Coronation: A Career-Limiting Trap


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Abstract

EXECUTIVE SUMMARYWomen are often reluctant to apply for promotions even when they are well deserved, simply believing good job performance will naturally lead to rewardsThis phenomenon of advancement reticence has led to such labels as “tiara syndrome,” “girl disease,” and “imposter syndrome.”Women often undervalue their skills and are less effective at self-promotion than their male counterparts.A number of strategies can help battle these “syndromes” and ease the stress of “taking off the tiara.”

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