Men Are Better Leaders

According to the majority of Americans, women are every bit as capable of being good political leaders as men. The same can be said of their ability to dominate the corporate boardroom. And according to a new Pew Research Center survey on women and leadership, most Americans find women

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When it comes to honesty, intelligence and a handful of other character traits they value highly in leaders, the public rates women superior to men.

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Why women make better leaders than men do. I’ve long believed that women make better leaders than men do, but I’m not sure I ever said it out loud until I was touring to promote my book People Leadership: 30 Strategies to Ensure Your Team’s Success, and someone asked me point blank, “Do you think women or men make better leaders?”

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Aug 05, 2014 · Leadership 8/05/2014 @ 1:17PM 56,411 views Companies Do Better With Women Leaders (But Women Need More Confidence To Lead), Study Says

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Mar 26, 2012 · Just read an excerpt of an article from HBR, over at my friend Bob Morris’ blog. The article, by Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman, is based on a research study they did of 7,280 leaders in 2011.

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There are twice as many men called John as there are women leading FTSE100 companies. What’s more, the proportion of women declines at each stage of …

In a study of more than 16,000 leaders, women were perceived to be more effective leaders than men. Here’s a look at why.