Female leadership and soft power, who rules better?

Soft skills, also known as power skills, (soft power) are ways of thinking and being that allow us to manage our own mental health as well as interact with and navigate through social situations with others. Some examples of soft skills include: Understanding personal bias. Decision making. Soft power is the ability to shape the preferences of others, according to the man who coined the term in the 1980s—Joseph Nye Jr., a distinguished service professor at Harvard University. He said in a speech before the Centre for Public Leadership in 2004, that “Smart executives know that leadership is not just a matter of issuing commands, but also involves leading by example and attracting others to do what you want.”

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