Can the best CEOs for women be men? One ranking this week suggested just that.

Out of a list of the top 50 CEOs for women, compiled by job site Comparably, only four  were female: Accenture’s Julie Sweet, General Motors’ Mary T. Barra, Lockheed Martin’s Marilyn A. Hewson, and Vertafore’s Amy Zupon– but none managed to crack the top ten.

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large engineering firm complained to me recently that they would “love to recruit more women, but they just don’t apply.” So we took a look at the job recruitment ads they use, the channels on which they published them, and the long list of bullet points that outlined the requirements for the job. Each of these things were unintentionally alienating female candidates. Do your recruitment ads look like any of the following?

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We Have Told G7 Leaders to Make Gender Inequality & Patriarchy History We Have Told G7 Leaders to Make Gender Inequality & Patriarchy History by Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Michael Kaufman ( united nations UNITED NATIONS, Jun 12 (IPS) - Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka is UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women & Michael Kaufman is Co-founder, White Ribbon Campaign and Senior Fellow, Promundo institute For most people, the annual G7 meeting may just seem like an expensive photo-op that doesn't connect with any concrete change in people's lives. But for us, appointed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sit on his G7 Gender Equality ...

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In Sri Lanka we take pride in our women. Girls are educated on par with boys. Women are welcome in most careers and the pathway up in terms of promotions and achievements is open. Women dominate our professions, academia, and the Judiciary. Over the years the Sri Lanka Institute of Directors (SLID) has initiated many discussions to try and understand why, despite the potential benefits, there has been a remarkable lack of progress in the number of women directors on corporate boards in Sri Lanka. Can this be solved by introducing gender quotas? Or is the lack of women on ...

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“I’m a feminist and I don’t want to work anymore,” the headline read. Of course I clicked through.

I devoured every word of Polly Dunning’s essay on realising that even as a ‘third generation card-carrying feminist’ she doesn’t work much at all while her two children are small.

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