How we jumped women's representation in company leadership by 16% in one year

Divya Ghatak, Chief People Officer, discusses SentinelOne's three-year DE&I roadmap, how the company drove a 16% jump in women representation at the top management level, and six lessons for inspiring inclusion...
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How we jumped women's representation in company leadership by 16% in one year

International Women’s Day 2024 may be behind us, but the theme of #InspireInclusion lives on. Let’s turn these words into action.

Inclusion is more than a tagline or a nice thing to do. It’s a business imperative. Research by McKinsey & Company shows that diverse, equitable, and inclusive companies outperform their peers financially. And the firm estimates that closing the gender gap could add $28 trillion to the value of the global economy by 2025.

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