Take some time to watch/listen to Sheryl Sandberg's address to graduates at Harvard Business School earlier this month.
“We need to start talking about how women underestimate their abilities compared to men and — for women, but not men, success and likeability are negatively correlated. That means that as a woman is more successful in your workplaces, she will be less liked. This means that women need a different form of management and mentorship, a different form of sponsorship and encouragement, and some protection, in some ways more than men.
There aren’t enough senior women out there to do it, so it falls upon the men who are graduating today just as much or more as the women, not just to talk about gender but to help these women succeed. When they hear a woman is really great at her job but not liked, take a deep breath and ask why.”
Full transcript at Poets & Quants.