Views on Power

According to surveys, women rate higher than men on motivating others, fostering communication, driving results, producing high-quality work, and listening to others, while men and women rate about equally on strategic planning and analyzing issues (Daft, 2016).

Studies of women leaders suggest that many of them view power differently than men do and prefer a collaborative, relationship-oriented use of power. If this is the case, what does it suggest about women leaders’ abilities to accomplish goals? What does it suggest about  women’s ability to rise to higher organizational levels? Discuss.

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