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Leadership Skills: Men vs. Women

Summary: Describes the qualities that make a good leader. Discusses if men and women perform in the leadership role differently. Explores the possibility that men are more likely to emerge as leaders than women.
The abstract definition of leadership is: a specialized form of social interaction: a reciprocal, transactional, and sometimes transformational process in which cooperating individuals are permitted to influence and motivate others to promote the attainment of group and individual goals" (Group Dynamics pg 343). In other words leadership is the ability to use power with people in an element of voluntary participation. A good leader has to be able to interact in a group, not just as a higher authority but also as an equal. Interaction should illustrate both socioemotional and task behaviors as the complete role of the leader.

Socioemotional behaviors in relationship to the role of a leader are positive interpersonal associations that promote friendship, harmony and group cohesion. When one of the group members are feeling sad, the group leader may would notice and try to make him feel better. Task behaviors of a...

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