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How Organizations Can Improve the Leadership Representation of Black Women Employees

Published: 09 July 2020

ID: G00731605

Analyst(s): Diversity and Inclusion Research Team

Summary

Intersectional data analysis shows, despite underrepresentation in leadership positions, Black women employees in the U.S. are more likely than their male counterparts to display informal leadership behaviors. D&I leaders can access this research to learn how to better advance these employees.

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