I received this graphic today and I thought this wonderful example of the importance of removing structural barriers might be a great start for a discussion of an important current opportunity for women and leadership research - second generation bias. (I wish the characters were young women).
This would be a great thread for sharing articles or suggesting potential second-generation bias examples that might merit future research.
I hope you'll join this discussion or begin new forum discussions on other theories or concepts that interest you.
One great article is:
Ely, R. J., Ibarra, H., & Kolb, D.M. (2011). Taking gender into account: Theory and design for women's leadership development programs. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 10(3), 479-493. http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/amle.2010.0046
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