This report looks at several researches that have studied the managerial styles of males and females with an attempt to define perceived differences between them. In addition discussed are the results from studies on the effectiveness of managers between the two genders. The results of these studies have been analyzed through readings of several researches and personal experiences of the students doing this report.
Studies say both genders are at least equally effective in the business world and that success is affected by diverse individual factors and has very less to do with gender. Commonly held perceptions of males being more effective managers are not only a loss to the female manager, but a loss to the …show more content…
Expressiveness Vs constraint
Another dimension that the MRG research covers is the willingness to display enthusiasm and be seen as approaching the leadership roles in a lively and dynamic way, as opposed to constraint, being more low key, reserved and thoughtful (Kabacoff, Peters 1998: 5).
As per the research women are definitely seen as higher on the expressiveness