One small step into the corner office by a female executive could mean a giant leap for a firm’s bottom line, depending on how she gets her foot in the door.
Women still dramatically lag behind men in holding corporate leadership positions, but they are climbing the ranks. An analysis by Catalyst found that as of January, just 5% of CEO roles at S&P 500 companies were held by women. Among the handful at the helm of blue chips are Virginia Rometty of International Business Machines, Mary Barra of General Motors and Vicki…
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