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New York | Mar-12-2019
Great leaders come in all forms, and gender should not matter when determining if someone has the individual strengths and characteristics to lead employees. But even though men and women are equally qualified, many barriers still persist and women are still underrepresented in top leadership.
This is about to change: Feminine traits long considered as drawbacks to strong people management are the key strengths of 21st century leadership.
But the new leadership approach is about far more than equality and closing the gender gap. It is about creating workplaces that stand for empowering employees and embracing diversity of thought while shaping the next generation of leaders, that can successfully guide people in an age of uncertainty and change.