Gender Power : The Position Of Leadership, Power, And Authority

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Gender Power This is a look at the way men and women view the position of leadership, power, and authority, within an executive role of Industry, education, and domestic and social settings. Men are usually looked upon as leaders of industry and capital, but more and more women are finding themself in the executive chair of major industries, but it’s with that command of power that men and women are different. Gender power, how men see power differently, and how women use power differently. Several prominent authors have written about this subject, and, we all have our own personal thoughts on women and men 's leadership styles, and the ability to command authority when needed. As stated above it has been men for the most part that were in charge of mostly all industries, at home women mostly handle jobs like caregiving and domestic issues around the home, but socially and professionally womens roles were teachers, nurses, Secretary’s, and home caregivers. Luba Chliwniak, Author of "Higher education leadership", Analyzing the Gender Gap, Quotes, “The perpetuation of a male dominated presidency no longer should be the norm if the majority populaces it serves are women."[Leatherman and Schuster 1993 1085], (Chiliwniak 31). Stating that men 's leadership control in education needs to be equal to the women that receive the largest percentage of college degrees. Which is true in most domesticated countries around the…

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