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Strong female leaders build strong businesses. Investing in the development of the women in your company makes dollars and cents, as well as sense.

Strong female leaders build strong businesses. Investing in the development of the women in your company makes dollars and cents, as well as sense.

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  • 1. STRONG FEMALELEADERS BUILD STRONG BUSINESSES 35% of employ- ers currently have difficulty filling jobs due to lack of available talent 72% of senior executives antici- pate a shortage of talent in the near future 54% of employers report talent short- ages are impacting their client-facing abilities AND business outcomes Teams consisting of 50-60% women are rated most optimal for team self confidence, experimentation and efficiency 26% of the current U.S. workforce consists of Baby Boomers 10,000 Boomers will turn 68 every day for the next 16 years THE TALENT WAR IS ON! FEMALE LEADERSHIP YIELDS A SUBSTANTIAL COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THERE’S AN UNTAPPED RESERVOIR OF TALENT IN YOUR ORGANIZATION RIGHT NOW THE TRADITIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE IS BROKEN 53% of new hires are women 22% lower turnover rate in companies with more diverse teams 30-40% increased patent citations from mixed-gender teams 2% more cash to the bottom line for companies with gender- diverse executive teams Companies with at least 3 female directors have 66% better return on invested capital, 42% increase in return on sales and 53% better return on equity 14% of executive committee members are women 3% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women Women rate higher than their male counterparts in 75% of 360-evaluated leadership competencies Teams with at least one female member have a higher collective IQ than all-male teams 26% of VPs and senior executives are women 89% 18% of Americans are comfortable with women in leadership roles, of U.S. leadership positions are held by women BUT ONLY 37% of managers are women PAT. 373 MoxieExchange.com • info@moxieexchange.com • © 2014 Moxie Exchange