For male CEOs and managers, it isn’t sufficient to point to formal diversity programs and say that you’ve done enough. Your talented female employees certainly don’t think so. A recent survey conducted by McKinsey and Sheryl Sandberg’s organization Lean In reports that 63% of men said their companies are taking adequate steps to improve gender diversity. Only 49% of women agreed. “It’s a pure blind spot,” Lareina Yee, a senior partner at McKinsey, told the Washington Post.