It’s 2013 and by now I would have thought that most women who are in executive positions, particularly at insurance companies, would voluntarily take it upon themselves to identify and foster the development of high-potential women. From what I see, it’s still not happening as much as it should, even though it’s better than what it was.

There’s not much current and statistically significant research on this topic. So, based on my own personal research and from discussions with women in leadership roles, I’m going to share what I think are the top reasons why women don’t advocate as much for other women as I think they should.

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