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To Achieve Gender Parity on Corporate Boards: CEO Warriors Needed

The United States is a world power, with an abundance of talented executives, at least half of which are women. Therefore, nothing is stopping us from getting to parity, but it does take CEO Warriors uniting to take the United States from 10th place to 1st in the percentage of women on corporate boards.

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The Not-So Herculean Task of Achieving Gender Parity in the Board Room:

A Call to Action by the Women’s Forum of New York

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4 Ways to Get More Women on Boards

Executives must address gender disparity in the boardroom as a business imperative.

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CEO Sponsorship Unlocks Boardroom Doors: A Key to Gender Parity

As board directors can impact a company’s earnings, stock price, and decide who will be the CEO, getting into the boardroom requires qualifications, experience and yes, sponsorship; being endorsed by someone at the boardroom table is critical!

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How Women Dispel Groupthink

Issues about the lack of women in senior corporate roles are discussed in the media and in forums regularly—yet busy executives hear but do not fully get it—that women at the top is a bottom line, strategic business imperative, not just a nice thing to do!

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The Case for Breaking Into Boardrooms:

A Call for Gender Parity on S&P 500 Boards by 2025.

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Gender Balance on Boards: Five Steps to Achieve Success

How can any corporate board really afford to wait for gender balance? They can’t, not if they hope to remain globally competitive. Here is how to kick-start the process.

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‘Corporate Champions’ honored for their commitment to women directors

At its biennial “Breakfast of Corporate Champions” the Women’s Forum of New York honored 174 U.S.-based Fortune 500 companies and 31 Fortune 1000 companies in the New York area which have corporate boards that are at least 20% female.

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Boardroom Parity in the U.S. by 2022

For gender diversity, that is. And yes, it can happen—without quotas. Here’s how.

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