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Male vs. Female Leadership

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Ashley Loken

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of Male vs. Female Leadership

My Initial Idea and Purpose Thesis By exploring male and female leadership, distinctions between their leadership styles, the characteristics that make each gender's leadership unique, the differences in their thoughts about power, and the discrimination present in the workforce today can be seen. Introduction Kawakami, White, and Langer stated: "Despite gains in women's status, successful leaders are more likely to be men than women Points of Paper *Leadership styles
*Discrimination Leadership Styles Transformational *Individualized Consideration
*Relationship with followers
*Hilary Clinton Tarr-Whalen (2009) wrote, "Real change demands transformational leaders who hold the "new" values and agenda priorities rather than the conventional ones... we are more likely to see them reflected when women are at the table" (p.76). Transactional Burns (1978) defines it as: "This theory, as it applies to the role of public opinion in that relationship, conceives of leader and follower as exchanging gratifications in a political marketplace" (p.258). Characteristics *Teamwork
*Social Networks
*Emotions Female Male *Self-confident
*Able to manage stress Evaluation of Each other Females were evaluated harsher than men,
even though they did the same things equal Values Women Men *Form connections with power
*Drawn to certain policies
*Clinton/Palin *Associate power with rank
*Labor/Dangerous policies
*Bush/Obama Discrimination Hopkins, O'Neil, Passarelli, and Bilimoria (2008) wrote: "For women of color, opportunities to advance in ranks of organizational leadership are even more difficult than for white women" (p. 350). *Jobs
*Women of Color Conclusion Men and women have distinctions in their:
*Leadership Styles
*Discrimination Choose the right gender for your leadership position " (p.49). Male vs. Female Leadership Any Questions? sdflkj
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