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Hire and recruit more women 9 Unique Traits of High-Performing Teams

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Hire and recruit more
women on your team or
company who also have
other “high-performing”
qualities
Teams with more women
outperformed teams with
more men. It's not
“diversity” that matters for a
team’s intelligence, but
simply having more women.
It's partly explained by the
fact that women, on
average, are better at
“mindreading” than men.
Intel, Facebook and Google
are all committed to
increasing the percentage
of female employees.
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