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  • Carol Vallone Mitchell

A New Model for Men's Leadership

Today’s leaders require non-stereotypical male traits, such as nurturing, empathizing and inclusive decision-making. Yet, we expect men to be independent achievers, dominant and ambitious. It used to be that what was expected of a man was the same as what was expected of a leader. Indeed, when leadership was more top-down, men didn’t have a disconnect between being a leader and being a man. But in today’s business world, we require collaborative leaders, which carries a new set of expectations. And just as successful executive women have developed a blend of stereotypical male and female characteristics that balance gender and leadership expectations, men need to develop a unique blend of those attributes for their own balancing act. Read the article

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