Leaders must choose to must make women's empowerment a priority

03/10/2014 | Bloomberg Businessweek

As companies try to encourage more women to climb the corporate ladder, it's critical for leaders to make change a priority, writes Steve Almond, chairman of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited's board of directors. "Organizational change happens when the chief executive officer owns an issue, sets clear targets, and is held to account if those goals are not met," he writes. Mentoring young professionals can help to change the status quo in the business world, and leaders also need to let go of outdated ideas about rigid working conditions, he writes.

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