The already disappointing number of women CEOs at Fortune 500 companies dropped a stunning 25 percent this year — down from just 32 to 24. This reflects the lack of women in line for the top job, and it points to the need for a more robust pipeline of women leaders at all levels of management. This observation is hardly new, but it begs the question: Are we focusing our efforts in the right way?

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We live in a world where being ‘busy’ is rewarded, and having a full diary is linked with high performance. Skipping lunch is a reflection of how in demand your time is, and late-night emails reflect your commitment.

How did this happen?

There is a general consensus in the corporate world this attitude is wrong, but there is little momentum for changing this ongoing challenge.

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Advancing Women in the Workplace One Conversation at a Time March is Women's History Month. Ready to Engage Male Allies and Advocates? Take the Quiz! With the #MeToo and #MentorHer movements in the news, many men are asking, "I want to be an ally. What can I do to better to support women?" The articles this week address some ways that men can recognize gender bias at work and act to make changes.

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As we put together our annual Most Powerful Women ranking, we wondered, who inspires the women who inspire us? Fourteen women on Fortune‘s 2018 list told us which other CEO or executive—outside their industry—they admire most. It’s a surprising and diverse list, though there is one name that comes up again: Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors. “I admire Anne Mulcahy. She was a leader who became CEO during a particularly difficult time for Xerox.

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Enter your email to reset your password Or sign up using: New member? Sign up now. Sign in if you're already registered. Get Inc. Straight to Your Inbox SIGN UP FOR TODAY'S 5 MUST READS LEAD The 1 Rare New Skill Leaders Will Have to Learn in 2018 (That They Sorely Needed in 2017) We are faced with a crisis -- the absence of true leadership. Here's how we can change that in 2018.

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