The already disappointing number of women CEOs at Fortune 500 companies dropped a stunning 25 percent this year — down from just 32 to 24. This reflects the lack of women in line for the top job, and it points to the need for a more robust pipeline of women leaders at all levels of management. This observation is hardly new, but it begs the question: Are we focusing our efforts in the right way?

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