Just a quick note to share a link to the McKinsey report discussed in today’s Women in Talent meeting. We had a dozen companies in attendance (smaller than usual) for the majority of the discussion where Audible was also generous enough to share information about their Returnship program. The recording will be up soon and we’ll have a headline with some additional McKinsey insights we found interesting.
In the meantime, here are three interesting points we reviewed together and that I thought were worth a share.
Women continue to face a “broken rung” at the first step up to manager: for every 100 men promoted to manager, only 86 women are promoted.
Women are even more burned out than they were a year ago, and the gap in burnout between women and men has almost doubled.
Compared to men at their level, women leaders are up to twice as likely to spend substantial time on DEI work that falls outside their formal job responsibilities.
Each of these has a graphic and slide in the attached deck in the event you’d like to use with your teams. The entire report and link can also be found within the presentation.
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