Are Women Best Leader in the World?

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Women are best leaders in the world|
Isabelle Patricia EbakisseEmail: estry227@yahoo.frElp - 61 – 62Research paperJune, 24 2010Feyza Konyali Von|

"For 100 years there has been a consensus among psychologists that there is no sex difference in aptitude," said Rushton J. P. (2007), a psychologist at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Recent studies, however, have raised questions about the validity of this claim. According to a controversial new study, men are smarter than women. This assertion is unfair and stop on it ignores everything that women have made and all the great qualities which they keep in them. Firstly, to be a good leader in the vein of men and manage a team to achieve the objectives requires a lot of techniques, needs patience, and also involves ability to face many difficulties and tribulations. Secondly, to think about honesty, intelligence, charisma and communication skills on one side, natural talents, self-control and maturity in front of serious problems or bad situations are the main reasons why women are considered at the expense of men to be the best leaders in the world. There are some important qualities of men leadership. First of all, men are physically and morally strong. According to Levin M. (2008), women only have 58-60 percent of the upper body strength of men and on average, are only 80 percent as strong as a man of identical weight. Sex differences also appear by the age of three in the ability of males and females to throw a ball far and accurately. Yet, as Levin argues, females simply do not have the strength or endurance necessary to be effective in physical way. Secondly, men have a talent to be a good manager. According to Dwight D. Eisenhower "The one quality that can be developed by studious reflection and practice is the leadership of men" P.1. For him, leadership is a learning skill and leadership ability consists of learned in school talents that are developed throughout a leader’s career....
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