Research shows that the idea women leaders are considered less likable than male counterparts isn't necessarily true, writes Eleanor Barkhorn. Some of the reluctance that workers have shown to adapt to women in leadership positions may simply be due to the natural tendency to be wary of change. "Humans tend to be opposed to changes in the status quo until they are forced, through experience, to see that change isn't such a big deal," she writes.

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