From heads of state to CEOs of major corporations, women are starting to take up more and more leadership positions in our world. And while they’re still underrepresented in leadership, women are closing the gap more and more with each passing year—and even making inroads into traditionally male-dominated spaces like tech and military leadership. But is there actually a difference between male and female leaders, or is a good leader simply a good leader, regardless of gender? It’s a tough question to answer, and any answer is going to involve generalizations that don’t fit every case. But it does seem that there are some differences between male and female leadership styles. And understanding these differences can help companies build stronger, more balanced, more capable leadership teams.
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