Why Are Female Leaders Still Subject To Gender Bias?

In 1990, the second wave of women making their way to the top was observed. This occurred not by adoption of a traditional, command-and-control style of leadership, but by using a transformational, interactive style. This new style would emerge as a useful and valuable mode in the turbulent economic times ahead, with an advantage over the neo-Darwinian, dog-eat-dog mode forged during industrial capitalism.

Read more at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/benjaminlaker/2020/03/24/why-are-female-leaders-still-subject-to-gender-bias/#72a3b7b1416e

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