Why a shortage of female executives makes for bad business

09/23/2013 | Switch & Shift blog · Switch & Shift blog

Women hold more than half of entry-level corporate jobs but fewer than a fifth of C-suite positions -- and that's a problem companies need to solve. To convince executives of the need for action, it's important to emphasize the tangible impact this issue will have on corporate performance, writes SmartBrief on Leadership editor James daSilva. "A world in which we're inexcusably losing some of our best talents and perspectives is one where our companies face increased financial, strategic and marketing blind spots," he writes.

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