Women in Leadership: Tackling Corporate Culture from the Top
July 28, 2017
To understand how Americans view gender equality in the workplace and what can be done to achieve gender parity in leadership, The Rockefeller Foundation funded its second annual study as part of its 100×25 campaign to increase the number of women CEOs of Fortune 500 companies to 100 by 2025. Global Strategy Group conducted a national poll of 1,010 adults age 18 and older from May 19-26, 2017. Building off of previous report findings, we hear Americans asking for CEOs to prioritize this issue to create meaningful changes in both the attitudes of employees across the company and through investments in company-wide programs that create conditions that allow women to move up the ranks.