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Women in Leadership Bridging the Gender Gap

Leadership as a term is universal and making it a gender issue would not be fair. As a leader, one would have to exhibit basic qualities of courage, determination, pragmatism, perseverance, ability to take people along, coach and influence, ability to do the tight-rope balance at critical times and much more. Perhaps due to the societal upbringing, balance and collaboration come automatically to most women, starting with a balance between parents and in-laws, family and self, professional and mother - what it takes is a willing mind and an honest soul to make a difference in the lives of people around. Beyond the usual association of charisma and vision, with leadership, there is an aspect of adaptability; you cannot bring in change as a leader without adapting or being sensitive to the...

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