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It brings to mind Jack Welch's "there is no such thing as work-life balance" from his SHRM presentation. Does it get more "old-boy" than that? I don't know where this development will lead, but it will be interesting to see how it plays out. If nothing else, I look forward to the day where we can drop the "old-boy" as the adjective for our current culture. Going forward female leaders will either validate the culture--and therefore take some ownership of it--or play an instrumental role in bringing about change.

Joe:

Really great points. We do indeed need to get to a place where we no longer use gender-based adjectives to describe workplace culture and environment. And it is also good to move into an era where female leaders can increasingly influence, and must therefore increasingly own, the culture of the workplace. Nicely said!

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