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Stockholm — Caroline Farberger, the CEO of a Swedish insurance company, remembers how she conducted meetings when she was a man.

“I would unthinkingly turn to my favourites in the room, the ones I knew shared my views, and suddenly we were three people in agreement,” she said. “Then I’d glance at the others and ask if there were any other opinions, and of course there weren’t. I could just say ‘great we have a decision’ and move on.”..

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