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Ros Atkins felt stuck. The career BBC journalist felt that he and many of his colleagues had “accepted that representing women equally in our journalism was a desirable goal, but also accepted that it wasn’t possible,” he said.
Many leaders and organizations struggle with the same challenge: a gap between their virtuous intentions to address gender inequality and knowing what to do in practice to deliver more diversity and inclusion. While most leaders say they want more gender equality, few know how to bring it about. So how, exactly, can we bridge this intention–action gap and make meaningful change on an issue as complex as gender equality?