Women in the Workplace 2019

Studies show that we are starting to see real results in the number of women represented in the c-suite, with nearly 45 percent of companies having three or more women in senior roles. While the bright spots are clear, women are still getting stuck, and it is happening even earlier in their careers, at the very first rung along the corporate ladder. The glass ceiling is cracking, but what else needs to be done to move progress forward for a majority of working women?  

“Women in the Workplace” is an annual report conducted by McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.org, and with 329 companies, representing 13 million people surveyed, it is the largest data set of its kind for women in corporate America. Now in its fifth year, join Alexis Krivkovich, co-author and senior partner at McKinsey & Company, and other corporate leaders and experts as they discuss the 2019 findings. They’ll offer their insights, share key lessons learned along their journey and discuss what needs to be done to fix the broken rung and accelerate progress for all working women.

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Emily Meghan Morrow Howe
Gender and Inclusion Adviser; INFORUM Advisory Board Member
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Alexis Krivkovich
Managing Partner, McKinsey & Company’s Silicon Valley Office; Leader, Financial Services Practice, McKinsey & Company
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Terah Lyons
Founding Executive Director, Partnership on AI; Former Policy Adviser, President Barack Obama's Office of Science and Technology Policy