Gender Inequality

We all suffer from unconscious biases. But we can overcome it

Due to prevalent unconscious biases women struggle to rise through the ranks to executive and leadership positions in companies across Latin America. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Claudia Politanski

Executive Vice-President, Itaú Unibanco SA

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Gender Inequality

Unconscious biases are prevalent in many Latin American cultures. The subsequent gender gaps are also high

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