Much loved and admired as an artiste by people in India and around the world, she is also recognised as a global Indian - a woman who has broken the glass ceiling
to reach the highest echelons of international stardom - and for her philanthropic work as Unicef's global goodwill ambassador," read a statement, describing the journey of the former beauty queen and actress of movies such as Bajirao Mastani and Mary Kom.
Not In The Club may not shatter the glass ceiling
, but it should help organizations incorporate strategies for dismantling it.
The opposition team argued that the glass ceiling
exists not only in Western corporate world but also in Third World countries.
Studies exploring the issues comprising the glass ceiling
suggest that this barrier is not a single obstacle but multiple obstacles (Kilian, Hukai, and McCarty 2005; MacRae 2005; Oakley 2000).
Is there any evidence that women have shattered the glass ceiling
by achieving employment parity with their male counterparts?
Clearly, the glass ceiling
that hinders women's advancement to senior-level casino management is still intact.
Less commonly talked about, but maybe of greater importance, is the domestic one - the glass ceiling
at home that prevents women from reaching their full potential.
The glass ceiling
represents a "metaphorical barrier preventing women from rising to the highest organizational levels (Daily and Dalton, 1999, p.
I don't know if there's going to be a big purge--there aren't many politicians as careless as Mark was but there's little doubt the glass ceiling
is going to be lowered significantly for gays in the GOP.
This book exhorts the reader to focus on who she is, where she is, and how she plans to use her knowledge and resources to shatter the glass ceiling
to get to the next level.
Robertson and her band mates - vocalist Brett Anderson, drummer Torry Castellano and bassist Maya Ford - know that they can't shatter the glass ceiling
of the rock world alone.
Beginning in the early 1990s, however, materials scientists began breaking through the glass ceiling
of alloy size.