Joy Burnford in The Globe and Mail

‘Centuries of male-dominated cultures, processes and policies need to be shaken up. I’m not blaming men here. It’s a historical situation that has evolved over time and today the priority is about levelling up the playing field.’

Joy Burnford’s book, Don’t Fix Women, is reviewed in The Globe and Mail

Stop trying to fix women. Start fixing your organization for gender equality

Do women become less “nice” in middle age? It would appear that we think so. And that throws an additional wrench into our efforts to develop more gender-balanced leadership teams. A gender stereotype we hold is that women are kinder and more warm-hearted, nicer and less aggressive, compared with men.