“We’ll invite the CFO, who is our most senior woman, to present our gender balance initiative at our next Top Leadership Forum,” an enthusiastic CEO told me recently. I suggested that this might actually be as counterproductive as it was well-meaning. Many executives make the same assumption. They think showcasing successful women is the most powerful way of communicating the benefits of gender balance. Not necessarily, or at least not sufficient.

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