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Companies Run by Women Perform Better

imageIgnoring women for CEO positions, it seems, may cost investors some money. Perhaps they’ll pay some attention:

Companies run by women perform better

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7 Comments on Companies Run by Women Perform Better

  1. You have a point yet there is one thing you should emphasise here. Men in enterprises and organisations are usually better in the technical aspects of the job, be it as C.E.O. or as an employee.

    Women are usually better in the social aspects and in certain business environments, profit or non-profit social skills are more important.

    Right now we live in an age where social connections, experience and the user interface is becoming more and more important. A friendly brought message has more more positive impact hence emotional intelligence and soft skills are so vital.

    I have worked under and with male and female managers. They are different and usually communication with the female manager is more pleasant and that makes a different.

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    • Of course, it may also be that more promising firms are more open to female leadership. It’s interesting. Clearly, excluding half the labor pool is bound to have a price. THanks fro your perspective -Greg


  2. I like the picture. But I disagree on the concept. It has nothing to do with sex. Competence is what matters. The feminization of companies, government, churches, and men in general, is killing our society. Too much of our society run on feelings rather than facts. This will doom us in the end.


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