How to increase female leadership to help avoid gender blind spots

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Less than half of all startups in the United States have at least one woman in the C-suite or on the board of directors, according to Silicon Valley Bank’s 2020 gender gap report. That’s not just disappointing progress, it’s also bad business, as research has shown that companies with more female executives are more likely to outperform less diverse companies, McKinsey reports.

The causes of this lack of diversity are varied and complicated, and the pandemic is making it worse by pushing many women out of the workforce due to childcare demands. It’s a complicated problem, but the path toward remedying

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