People have discussed the role of women and men in the society since starting time of the humanity. General view of the society is, women should stay at home and take care of the home and children on the other hand, men should go out, provide food, heat and a roof. But with the years, this view has lost acceptability and women have started to take important roles in the society.
Also, women have started to control high management level in companies like other parts f the society. According to the Center for Women’s Business Research (2005); the number of women-owned firms with employees has expanded by an estimated 28% between 1 997 and 2004, three times the growth rate of all firms with employees and almost two-thirds (63%) of all women-owned businesses are privately-held majority (51 %) or more women-owned for a total of 6. 7 million firms, employing 9. Million people and generating $1. 2 trillion in sales. Some people bet that women are better leaders than the men. Because their sense and feelings are stronger then men. Editors (2001) argued that women have a natural advantage in ‘ ‘ web thinking’ ‘ . Also women are more likely to be transformational leaders, defined as those who serve as role models, mentor and empower workers and encourage innovation even when the organization the lead is generally successful.
Women, Men and Leadership 2 On the other hand some people bet that men are better. Because men can give good decisions in tough times. According to the Journal of Employee Assistance (2006), male business leaders better than women at solving problems, delegating, and influencing superiors?behaviors typically considered “masculine”. In my opinion, we can not compare men and women in business life also in every part of life. Because men and women have different abilities and strengths and we complete each others.
Nelson (1991) agree with me and says that; men and women managers can work comfortably together at the top and that their differing tales of leadership can be complementary, producing a synergism that gives the company benefits it would not receive if two men or two women were in those jobs.