Despite well-publicized exceptions, women are the minority in the highest levels of executive leadership—a phenomenon traditionally attributed to workplace barriers collectively termed the glass ceiling. Newer research, however, increasingly implicates self-imposed barriers to women’s advancement. This suggests that barriers to women might be undergoing a “shift” whereby personal priorities hold greater influence over advancement opportunities than do traditional workplace barriers.
- Glass Ceiling Or Glass Cage? Breaking Through The Biggest Barrier Holding Women Back (forbes.com)
- “Glass Ceiling” in Hospitality Industry (goricastanisic.wordpress.com)