"Among the study’s highlighted findings:
- There was no difference between what men leaders and women leaders plan to do if they leave their current employers.
- Women and men leaders in Anglo Europe were most at risk of leaving their current employers within five years. Women and men leaders in Germanic Europe were least likely to leave their current employers within five years.
- Women and men leaders in Latin Europe reported lower satisfaction than Anglo and Germanic European leaders about company commitment to talent diversity.
- Women leaders were less likely than men to receive constructive feedback and to see promotion and work assignment decisions as fair."