Lean In’s research-backed programs help companies create inclusive workplace cultures and connect women with the peer support they need to reach their goals.
Women are still not equal at work. We can change that.
Every year our Women in the Workplace report—the largest study on the state of women in corporate America—tells a clear story. Women, and especially women of color, remain significantly underrepresented in senior leadership. The majority of women continue to experience day-to-day bias and microaggressions in their workplaces. And it doesn’t have to be this way. Our data points to simple, concrete steps companies can take to address these inequities head on.
We’ve helped thousands of companies create workplaces where everyone is empowered and supported. Employees of all identities who participate in our DEI training programs consistently report feeling better equipped to confront bias and step up as allies , and women who are part of Lean In Circles say they feel more prepared to take on new challenges at work.
Hear what companies have to say
“The Allyship at Work Program is a natural ‘next step’ for companies truly committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion within their organization.”
“When I introduced the 50 Ways to Fight Bias program to my sales team, I was blown away by the level of engagement and the quality of conversations from all levels within the department.”
“My Circle is a space where I can be proud of my accomplishments without coming across as bragging, [and] I can also talk about my kids, all at the same time. You have a unique space that doesn’t exist anywhere else . . . You can be fully you,”
We’ve helped thousands of companies create diverse, equitable, inclusive workplaces
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Women in the Workplace 2022
This year’s Women in the Workplace report shows that we’re in the midst of a “Great Breakup.” Women are demanding more from their workplaces, and they’re leaving their companies in unprecedented numbers to get it. The 2022 report outlines concrete steps companies can take to avoid unwinding years of progress toward gender equality.