Women’s Ways of Leading

Though agreement isn’t universal, it is fairly broadly acknowledged these days that men and women tend to lead differently from one another in some clearly identifiable ways. Women are generally credited with employing a style that is more democratic, collaborative and inclusive while men are identified with a more authoritative and directive style based on a well defined hierarchy. The topic of the February Women’s Leadership Roundtable, “Women’s Ways of Leading” will provide us with the opportunity to explore what we’ve observed and to discuss the impact and implications of the way women choose to lead when following their own preferences and style.

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Don’t miss the February Women’s Leadership Roundtable!

Date and Time: February 15, 2013 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Topic: Women’s Ways of Leading

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