ONLY 10% OF SENIOR LEADERS ARE WOMEN.
Many employees think women are well represented in leadership when in reality they remain a minority. Nearly 50% of men think women are well represented in leadership in organisations. The fact? Only one in ten senior leaders is a woman. This unconscious bias makes men less committed to gender equality.
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Gender Imbalance in US Geoscience Academia
One or two women in a team changes nothing. To start making institutional effects on equality, women need to comprise at least 15–30% of a department, organisation or industry board.
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A surprising number of men think women are ‘well represented’ when just 1 in 10 executives is female
WASHINGTON POST – Corporate executives like to say gender diversity is one of their top priorities. They mount publicity campaigns, tout their equal-pay measures, start-up women’s networks to help promote female leaders. But the view of those agendas — and companies’ success at achieving them — from the ground is starkly different when it comes to male and female employees.
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