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Heidi Stevens: Let's re-examine how we regard women in charge

I was doing some research for a recent interview with Tina Brown when I came across this assessment:

"There are? - ?if I may be permitted to oversimplify wildly for a moment? - ?two kinds of women in the working world who achieve great power. The first is those who are good at what they do and enjoy working with other smart or talented or thoughtful women. And there's another kind that isn't really good at much of anything at all but self-promotion, self-aggrandizement, and manipulating other people."

Mimi Kramer was writing in Vox about the

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