The Struggles and Stereotypes of Female Leadership
Northern Kentucky University
“Good leadership became very important for employees’ engagement and productivity, while companies where women are promoted in leadership positions enjoy very good economic results” (Deaconu, & Raşcă, 2015). Historically, there have been more men than women in leadership roles. Although this is changing, it is changing slowly. Organizations that value gender diversity in leadership recognize that female leaders bring a new lens to the workplace with new ideas, new ways of thinking, and perhaps a different approach to leadership. However, women are highly stereotyped in the workplace and continue to face challenges as they seek promotions.
2020 Celebration of Student Research and Creativity presentation
Women executives, Stereotypes (Social psychology)