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There are many factors that go into the gender pay gap and the lack of gender diversity in senior leadership teams of most major organizations.    While there are many cultural, historical and structural reasons for this, the idea of limiting beliefs is one that Michelle Thomas, the Global Leader of Inclusion and Diversity at MARS, believes is one of the most significant reasons.

Granted, leaders gain visibility for their message by speaking at a major industry event, international conference, or even a local community affair. But just as with movies, games, and apps, leaders increase their popularity and influence to a tipping point when employees share their opinions of that leader with their colleagues.

the ceo magazine, gig economy,
Marion McGovern, Author, Thriving in the Gig Economy

Clearly the gig economy is here to stay. The trend toward independent work is accelerating as more and more people abandon long term corporate employment for consulting and/or freelance careers. Driven by a desire for flexibility, control over the content, location and impact of their efforts and often a desire to make more money, the ranks of the self employed as a percentage of the US workforce has increased by 50% in the last 10 years from 10% in 2005 to 15.8% in 2015.

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