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"You can't be what you can't see", is the catchphrase in the Davos conference rooms. It means that because we are so used to seeing men in leadership roles we don't expect to see women in them. Image caption We need to broaden our definition of leadership, says Procter & Gamble's Carolyn Tastad Carolyn Tastad, group president of North America for consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble, says this also means that typically male characteristics, such as aggression and ambition, are associated with leadership. Yet quieter, more introverted people can be just as effective, if not more so. "We need to broaden our definition of what leadership looks like. When we see behaviour that's different, it gets judged in a negative light," she says. To ram the point home, Ms Tastad's firm has sponsored an installation at this year's conference called Women at Work: Myth versus Reality. On the main promenade leading to the conference room, there's a roomful of televisions displaying incorrect assumptions about women such as they can't juggle work and home, they're too emotional. At the flip of a switch, the televisions then display positive assumptions about women.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42834200
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