publication . Article . 2011

Leadership and Gender Differentiation

Catalina RADU; Marian NASTASE;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT, volume 12, issue 3 July, pages 455-460
Leadership is clearly one of the main factors that influence organizational competitiveness. It means both science and art, both born and learned skills. Leadership and gender differentiation is a subject that leads to at least two main questions: (1) Do significant differences exist between men and women in terms of leadership styles? (2) What are the real determinants of differences between men and women especially looking at who assumes leadership positions and what is leadership behavior like? With respect to “born” and “learned” leadership style, some differences between men and women do exist, in spite of the general tendency towards uniformization. This p...
free text keywords: leadership; gender; business; management; analysis., jel:J16, jel:M12, jel:M14
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