I was pleased to see in a recent article from The Wall Street Journal this encouraging and bold step: American Express offers “mandatory one-time training for the top brass […] about how men’s and women’s brains work differently.”

Offering gender training (demonstrated below in this image from our White Paper) is proven to be one of the leading factors to advancing not only your diversity at the top, but also your bottom line.

Did you know that on average, companies who have a gender diverse senior team have a 34% higher profit margin?


To find out more about the other leading initiatives read about the “7 Breakthrough Strategies” or “What organizations can do to advance women.”

Looking for further insight? We offer consulting services that range from one-on-one executive coaching to gender diversity and inclusion programming tailored to your organization. Request a complimentary consultation to learn more.

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