New Review: Iron Butterflies

// 29 April 2012

Carrie Spencer reviews Birute Regine’s guide to modern leadership by becoming an Iron Butterfly, which, Regine says, will help women “transform themselves and the world”


Have you ever wondered what deep, dark, closely guarded secrets lie above the notorious glass ceiling? Using a myriad of other women’s accounts of life above the glass, Birute Regine’s Iron Butterflies reveals that there are still more fights to be fought in the name of equality.

As Regine shows, it is clear how far gender equality has come since the beginning of feminist activism. She provides women with the way of the “Iron Butterfly” as a guide to help us better deal with the new situations which have arisen, due to women continuing to move into workplaces which were once even more male dominated than they currently are.

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