Gender Differences Of Leadership Style, Motivation, Communication, And Decision Making Process

1275 Words Aug 10th, 2016 6 Pages
In the past, women experienced discrimination in the workplace, they get pay less for equal work and found it harder to advance into higher positions. Incent years, more women have soar their way up the ladder and breaking the invisible glass ceiling. There have been many studies on gender differences in leadership style, motivation, communication, and decision making process.
This paper will focus on perceptions of women in the early years, workplace and hiring discriminations that women faced, understanding leadership strategies between men and women in references to previous course studied. (BAMG 334: Understanding Information Contexts, BAMG 356: Human Resources Management, BAMG 430: Advance Topic in Organizational Behavior and Management, and BUSM 481: Strategic Management)

Men and women in a workforce have always been viewed differently, from their behavioral differences, communication process and leadership style. These differences have raised a lot of questions to who is a better leader. Leadership is based on social interaction between leaders and their peers, supervisors and subordinates. This interaction is, by nature, affected by different influences, including gender-role orientation and the attitudes and values associated with these roles. One of the largest components contributing to leadership style is the social interactions and relationships between a leader and their followers. There is much argument over which is a better leader, a man or woman. Many men…

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