How Millennial Women Are Redefining Leadership At Work

In a recent article published in The Atlantic, Claire Shipman and Katty Kay spoke of their belief that that there is a "confidence gap" between men and women. Kay and Shipman went on to argue that, as confidence matters just as much as competence in the working world, women's lack of self-confidence is one of the major issues preventing us from advancing up the career ladder.

While this may be true for a generation of baby boomers where women were taught to speak apologetically and lean back from their careers, we could argue that it is not the case with the millennial generation.

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