How Women CEOs Get to The Top

o-WOMEN-CEO-facebookThe key takeaway from Sarah Dillard and Vanessa Lipchitz's recent findings on female CEOs is very clear: steady focus wins the race. Recently published in the Harvard Business Review, the research focused on trends found in the 24 women who lead Fortune 500 companies. The study concluded that most female CEOs have spent over 10 years at the company they currently run and spent a median of 23 years at a single company before jumping to another company for the CEO seat. Drake Baer's summary in Business Insider provides the major points found in "How Women CEOs Get to the Top". Read more here