More Women in Leadership Roles -- Why and How It Should Happen

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When people call for more women in the workplace, it may sound as though they're just trying to meet a quota. Gender diversity, though, could be the key to any company's successDiversifying a variety of top positions, specifically executive roles, is more than a movement to level the corporate playing field -- it's about using the best resources to maximize every organization's potential.

Effective but Underrepresented

"If women ran the world, there would be no wars." It's an old stereotype, but there's something to be said for the effects of more women in leadership positions. In fact, according to a Morgan Stanley report, "more gender diversity, particularly in corporate settings, can translate to increased productivity, greater innovation, better products, better decision-making, and higher employee retention and satisfaction."

Despite the observed benefits, however, company leadership around the world remains unbalanced, with women accounting for less than a quarter of management positions globally...

To read the full article by Rhett Power, Head coach of Power Coaching and Consulting, visit Inc.

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