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Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith
Ryan Smith
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    No place for women

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Qualtrics full-time (more than a year)


    Great product
    Talented team
    Typical tech office perks


    Zero women in leadership positions. Not one on the board. Not one in the C suite. Not even one in mid-level management. Unfortunately, many women have tried to step up and assume leadership roles only to be subtly undermined and disparaged until they quit. And in all cases replaced by men favored by the executive team. Opportunistic men are not only allowed to steamroll women and take credit for their ideas and hard work, they are rewarded and promoted for it. Not one woman has a place at the table where the big decisions and promotions are made. There is real conscious and subconscious bias that has led to the exclusion and alienation of women and reflects an inability of Qualtrics' leadership to work with and communicate with talented and capable women.

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    First step is admitting there is a problem.

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