#GoodRead | Successful Female Leaders Empower Women's Behavior In Leadership Tasks

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"Successful Female Leaders Empower Women's Behavior In Leadership Tasks":

Although there are more women than ever in top leadership positions worldwide, leader stereotypes remain predominantly masculine, which can undermine women’s performance in leadership-related tasks like motivating employees, managerial decision-making, or negotiating. One way to counteract negative stereotypes is to expose women to examples of women leaders who succeed, thus disproving the stereotype. This strategy has proven to be successful in stereotypically masculine fields such as math and science, in which successful role models tend to have positive effects on women’s performance.

Read Ioana M. Latu, Marianne Schmid Mast, Joris Lammers, and Dario Bombari's full article at Harvard Kennedy School's Gender Action Portal here…