Stats and Reports

These reports from various organisations provide data on gender diversity at senior levels and in the boardroom from a number of countries around the globe.

You may select to view data for the following regions:

  • MERCER: EUROPE SURVEY REPORT – WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SURVEY – 2011

    Most employers in Europe lack a strategy for developing women leaders, Mercer survey shows.

  • EGON ZEHNDER INTERNATIONAL: GLOBAL BOARD INDEX- EUROPEAN BOARD DIVERSITY ANALYSIS – 2012

    The Egon Zehnder International European Board Diversity Analysis 2012 shows that women are joining the boards of Europe’s largest companies in greater numbers than ever before.

  • EUROPEAN PWN: BOARD MONITOR 2010

    Average number of women on boards up by 21% compared to 2008, with almost 80% of companies having at least one female board member.

  • GOV.UK: DEPARTMENT FOR BUSINESS, INNOVATION & SKILLS – WOMEN ON BOARDS 2013: SECOND ANNUAL REVIEW

    We are now moving to a place where it is unacceptable for the voice of women to be absent from the boardroom and we are now asking FTSE 250 companies to also set targets for the number of women they aim to have on their boards in 2015, with a minimum 25% target to be aimed for.

  • 20-FIRST: WOMENOMICS 101 SURVEY FOCUS ON GERMANY (OCTOBER 2010)

    Gender balance has been shown to correlate to better corporate performance, better return on investment, greater innovation and more stock price resilience in crises. Could German companies perform better and more sustainably if they were more gender balanced internally?

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