This chapter sketches the uninspiring performance of corporations and society in their response to achieve gender parity in leadership. It explores the importance of overall progress in the political sphere and its meaning for the business sector. Women in leadership roles deliver better financial results for business corporations. Studies on the correlation between women's leadership and bottom line in companies indicate that "Companies with top-quartile representation of women in executive committees perform significantly better than companies with no women at the top". The chapter considers whether the economic argument alone is sufficient to turn the tide for women in leadership. The gender diversity argument has been easier to advance for the inclusion of women in corporations and when dealing with the larger gender inequality in corporations and companies for two primary reasons. First, business explores new approaches to improving profit on a daily basis. Second, the human resource factor in business is critical.