Leading in High Heels: 3 Steps to Personal and Professional Excellence
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Our world would be a better place if we had more women in leadership positions. Women are generally less domineering and confrontational than men — striving to reach consensus or agreement, or at least accommodation, rather than simply imposing their will. Women tend to prefer a more horizontal type of management instead of a vertical approach; that is, women focus more on benefit to the group rather than on their own personal benefit. As the maxim goes, “if you help a woman, you are helping a community”, because whatever she gains, she usually shares — with her family and with her community.