A study found that both women and men react more negatively to criticism if it comes from a woman.
Jacinda Ardern is generally understood as a people’s leader, committed to the cause of her country without sitting on a high horse, often mingling with them in person and acquainting herself with their troubles.
We are continually encountering people who choose equalism over feminism even though they are both the same thing. There are claims that point towards the fading of unequal opportunities. Did the world suddenly become the same for men and women?
Women have been at the forefront of the pandemic, antithesis to the notion of global crisis, and the ‘few good men’ that avert them. 70% of the world’s health care staff is women.
Women leaders everywhere are leading the world today, and showing everyone that empathy is the most essential feature of leadership, especially in times of crisis.
Women have always been multitaskers with a temperament of a surgeon when dealing with a sticky situation, and it is now that the world has sat up and taken notice of our superpower.
Research clearly shows that gender biases are both real and costly to organizations.
There is a lot to learn from Ardern’s rise in popularity the way she has handled crisis after crisis so far, for both global leaders and electorates.
The limited gains in gender equality and women’s rights made over the decades are in danger of being undone due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Odisha’s top medical institutes that are responsible for COVID-19 testing are being led by women.
According to the Global Health 50/50 Report 2020, decision making bodies are still predominantly male. If we go by current trends, gender parity at the CEO level is still 40 years away.
This representation of women in local bodies shall encourage other women to take up leadership roles. Moreover, it will bring more women-related issues to light.