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Mar18

Are Women Better Leaders than Men?

by Bare Brilliance

Via Scoop.itLife in the Sharing Economy
We’ve all heard the claims, the theories, and the speculation about the ways leadership styles vary between women and men. Harvard’s latest survey data puts some hard numbers into the mix.

Via blogs.hbr.org

This blog provides an interesting read and some hard statistics related to the topic at hand. The research shows these leadership skills are strongly correlated to organisational success factors such as retaining talent, customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and profitability.

As a Leader in today’s economic climate what are the steps that you take when recruiting another leader. Are you looking at their raw skills or the Leadership capabilities that they bring to strengthen and develop your workforce?

The key point summarised at the end that every leader, male or female, would do well to avoid becoming complacent is always good to remember!



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