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Unformatted text preview: soul inspires program. The
Globe and Mail, C1; McFarland, J.
(2003, March 13)., Reprinted with
permission from The Globe and Mail
and Marja Johne, a Toronto-based
freelance writer. Individual Behaviour Part Two The number of women who hold senior level corporate positions in Canada is on the
rise although progress has been slow and they still have a long way to go before
there are representative numbers of women at the most senior levels.
• Women account for 14 percent (752) of the 5,361 top corporate officer positions
in Canada up from 12 percent in 1999.
• In 2003, 62.2 percent of companies had at least one woman corporate office up
from 56.4 percent in 1999.
• In Canada, 33.3 percent of companies have more than one woman corporate
officer compared to 66.6 percent in the United States.
• At the highest levels of leadership, women hold 6.7 percent of the highest titles
of president, CEO, chief operating officer, chairwoman, vice-chairwoman, executive vice-president, and senior executive vice-president compared to 3.4 percent
• Of the top 500 largest businesses in Canada, only 13 are led by women:
Name Title Company Belinda Stronach CEO & President...
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