Leadership style may be ‘independent from biological gender’

Leadership styles are more or less the same for men and women, suggests research from Kilden Information Centre for Gender Research in Norway. The study discovered only marginal differences between the sexes when it comes to methods of leadership. According to the research, “androgynous managers” report having the best innovation climate in their groups. A good innovation climate entails setting clear, common objectives and visions, creating a sense of security for participants in the work group, facilitating the development of ideas and creativity, and keeping the group’s work on task,...

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