When you start a business, you are the leader and ultimately responsible for all the decisions in your company. This creates concerns that transcend matters relating to finance, technology, sales, or employees. But there’s no reason for the burden of leadership to inhibit the performance of your new operation.
At the beginning of 2010, Ernst & Young funded a study to determine the likelihood of success for female MBAs entering the workforce. In spite of women’s higher college GPAs, the study showed females take home just 80 percent, on average, of what their male colleagues earn.