What is women leadership?
Leadership is leading people to do tasks and applies to both men and women. This means that women's leadership is just having a woman that is leading.
Mirella Visser has written: 'The female leadership paradox' -- subject(s): Promotions, BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Skills, BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Leadership, Vocational guidance, BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Careers / General, Career development, Women executives, Leadership in women, BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Organizational Behavior, Women
Gloria Feldt has written: 'No excuses' -- subject(s): Control (Psychology), Leadership in women, Feminism, Power (Social sciences) 'No excuses' -- subject(s): Control (Psychology), Leadership in women, Feminism, Power (Social sciences) 'No excuses' -- subject(s): Control (Psychology), Leadership in women, Feminism, Power (Social sciences)
Since women are the primary caregivers for children, it is vital that they are able to provide them with the early education they need before they enter school. Also, girls need to see that women are able to do anything they decide to do. This requires them to be able to see women in leadership positions. Leadership positions require education.
Dionne Rosser-Mims has written: 'How and why Black women are elected to political office' -- subject(s): Politics and government, African American women political activists, Political leadership, Political campaigns, African American leadership, African American women legislators, Case studies, African American women, African American women politicians, Political activity
Men don't see women being a better office holder than men. Women are looked down upon for leadership skills- there hasn't ever been a women president. Men sometimes see women as being less responsible and strong and capable as men are. Which is the opposite of true. Women are just as capable as men. God created us all equal. That probably doesn't answer your question correctly but I do think women are still looked down…
Because only Cardinals are allowed to vote in the Vatican. Since the Catholic church only allows men to have leadership positions (and this includes Cardinals) women have no voting rights in the Vatican. If the church ever decided to allow women to hold leadership positions, female Cardinals could vote, but this is not likely to happen any time soon.
Stacey L. Ernst has written: 'Prediction of injury in high school volleyball players with perceived leadership behavior of the coach' -- subject(s): Coaching, Leadership, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Volleyball for women, Volleyball, Volleyball for women, Volleyball injuries, Wounds and injuries
Peninah Thomson has written: 'A woman's place is in the boardroom' -- subject(s): Discrimination in employment, Employment, Promotions, Sex discrimination against women, Sex discrimination in employment, Women, Women executives 'Women and the new business leadership' -- subject(s): Businesswomen, Women executives
Irene. Tinker has written: 'Women and world development' -- subject(s): Congresses, Women, Women in public life, Rural women, Social conditions, Employment, Women in community development 'Indian political leadership' 'WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT, FINAL REPORT OF A WORKSHOP, HELD AT WASHINGTON, D.C. ON MARCH 26-27, 1979' 'Women in Washington'