A Promising Era of Women in Broader Workplace Leadership
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The 2022 Jack Webb Awards Gala at the JW Marriott @ LA Live Featuring – Erica Arias

CALIFORNIA CITY, Calif. - eMusicWire -- On August 20, The Los Angeles Police Museum launched a historical record to a prize or other mark of recognition given in honor of achievement for the police and the people they serve, as well as the Director Erica Arias the first woman (and Latina) to hold the position.

Erica Arias is a successful and self-reliant businesswoman and advocate, an impressive artist and a true example for the future of Latina leaders. In addition, the audience was full of incredible people including actor William Shatner as the host, Christine Devine, and Raquel Figlo in Public Relations who make it all happen. The experience energized me so much that I felt compelled to write about it. The revitalized spirit of participation as various groups voiced their opinions in public demonstrations on multiple issues, was one of the most deeply communal experiences I've ever had. People were different; their connection with one another was extraordinary — it was so alert and so warm.

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This historical underrepresentation of women, especially women of color, in leadership positions, is why Director Arias' success is so noteworthy. Fairness is important, but it's also important to address the problems faced by marginalized groups.

It seems to be that women usually have a major challenge when it comes to providing quality representation to society. For example, when women are in positions of power, they are more likely to see their leadership potential in less traditional ways, such as being receptive to clients' needs rather than adamantly defending an opinion. However, powerful women are scarce. Furthermore, It's not enough to play a part or sit at the table. It is also necessary to speak confidently, regardless of the circumstances.

According to the Forbes Council Post Today, only 26 women are in CEO roles at Fortune 500 companies, making up 5.2% of the female population, according to a report by Pew Research. As women continue to strive for the top position, it is implied that many CEOs make gender diversity a priority – which is why equality is everyone's issue. However, from an early age, society had implied that men are superior to women, therefore, a woman has been set back to second place in career-related to any subject in the workplace.

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We propose three actions to support women's access to leadership roles: (1) educating women and men about second-generation gender bias; (2) creating safe "identity workspaces" to support transitions to bigger roles; and (3) focusing on women's development efforts on a sense of leadership purpose rather than on how women are perceived. These actions will provide women with insight into themselves and their organizations, allowing them to see a more effective path to leadership.

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