With more women graduating from college than men, and more women pursuing STEM subjects than ever before, we may finally be at a tipping point to start closing the gender gap in the workplace. Of course, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has unfortunately predicted that doing so will take five generations at the current pace. But as we mark International Women’s Day, I’m optimistic. As the leader of a network with revenues of more than US$1.7 billion, and as a mother of three children, I’ve seen how things have changed in the past two decades. And I would suggest we can make progress more quickly than WEF calculates because our conversations about what needs to change are beginning to include key new elements.
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