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11:09am May 18, 2013

Are Women Better Leaders Than Men?

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3 Comments


  1. Deep Think

    It never ceases to amaze me that advocates for more women in leadership haven’t figured out why dispite all the many studies proving females are better leaders than men in general still women lag way behind men in leadership positions. Has it ever occured to anyone that since there are many more males in leadership positions than women that the vast majority of those in position to promote people to leadership positions are men? Put this fact together with the fact that people male or female do not promote people to leadership positions who are susperior to themselves for the reason that they are putting their own position as leaders at risk when they do. Therfore telling men that the female gender is suspeior in leadership traits is counter productive.such women are asking men to do what they themselves would not do. Such women are making enemies of the very ones they need as friends. People male or female are not likely to promote their enemies.

    Women should back off the female susperiority arguement and stop selling female susperiority as the reason more women should be promoted to leadership positions. Instead promote its not female susperiority that women bring to the table but their diversity
    that leades to greater productivity.

    thus it should be said like this. We need more females leaders not because women are susperior but because women have a different style of leadership that when added to the male style of leadership creates diversity and it is this diversity that leads to greater productivity. Said this way males would not be threathened or fearful of losing his job by promoting females but rather encouraged to do so because his decision to create greater diversity by promoting more women to leadership positions has led to greater productivity will cause the head managers of the company to see him as a man of great wisdom.


  2. eva

    I think men leaders are better than women leaders.



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