Organisations around the world have recognized the potential of women leaders in terms of their leadership skills and leadership ability.
According to the Harvard Business Review, at every level, more women were rated by their peers, their bosses, their direct reports, and their other associates as better overall leaders than their male counterparts.
In fact, women in leadership roles not only excel at leadership traits that are traditionally women’s strengths, such as nurturing, developing others, building relationships, exhibiting integrity and engaging in self-development.
Female leaders also scored higher in 12 of 16 leadership competencies including those of taking initiative and driving for results , which were previously considered male strengths. Read more>>>