The business case for gender diversity is well-documented. The research is compelling: when women are at the table – and better yet, in leadership positions – companies perform better.

Women bring diverse perspectives to the table: their leadership styles can drive more innovation and collaboration and they often take a different approach to risk. It’s not that women or men are “better” but that diverse groups – where both men and women are at the table – make better decisions than non-diverse groups.

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