SDG 05: Gender Equality

5 top women leaders on what's needed to bridge the gender gap

From bias training to leaders who get out of their comfort zones, these leaders share what's needed to bridge the gender gap. Image: Photo by Shaojie on Unsplash

Linda Lacina

Digital Editor, World Economic Forum


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SDG 05: Gender Equality

Nela Richardson, Chief economist, ADP says progress on the gender gap is 'stalling.' Image: ADP

Ebru Ozdemir is the chairperson of Limak Group of Companies. She says the way to lessen the gender gap is to create sisterhoods. Image: World Economic Forum / Boris Bal
Ebru Ozdemir, chairperson, Limak Group of Companies

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All C suite executives must take a unconscious bias tests to curtail the gender gap. Image: World Economic Forum / Sandra Blaser

Leaders who get out of their comfort zones will expand their networks and perspectives for a reduced gender gap, said Pam Chan, Chief Investment Officer at BlackRock. Image: World Economic Forum/Sikarin Fon Thanachaiary

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