The Reykjavik Index for Leadership measures how people feel about women in leadership. It measures the perceived legitimacy of male and female leadership in politics and across twenty professions, as well as a measure of how men and women differ in their views, and the extent to which men and women are viewed equally in terms of suitability of individuals for positions of power.


The Reykjavik Index for Leadership was presented during the Women Leaders Global Forum, on 27th November 2018.
The Index evaluates the G7 groups of nations, surveying the attitudes of more than 10,000 people.