Why There Is a Lack of Women in Leadership Roles in Private and Public Sectos

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Leading and Managing People
| Dr Andrew Rowe
| Manchester Metropolitan University Business School
| Elizabeth Ann Marku- 10996807| In recent years, women have increasingly moved into leadership positions within public and private sector organistions. It is notable, however, that their presence is less apparent in the higher echelons of professional and organisational structures where the greatest influence and power in the decision making process resides. Despite the plethora of research examining this issue, there is still conflicting opinions as to why this is the case. This assignment asks you to review the key contributions to this debate and examine the implications for effective leadership in the 21st century.| |

Leading and Managing People
| Dr Andrew Rowe
| Manchester Metropolitan University Business School
| Elizabeth Ann Marku- 10996807| In recent years, women have increasingly moved into leadership positions within public and private sector organistions. It is notable, however, that their presence is less apparent in the higher echelons of professional and organisational structures where the greatest influence and power in the decision making process resides. Despite the plethora of research examining this issue, there is still conflicting opinions as to why this is the case. This assignment asks you to review the key contributions to this debate and examine the implications for effective leadership in the 21st century.| |

“When millions of women rise around the world, we won’t need an International Women’s Day. When millions of women rise around the world we’ll be able to harness all the days, years and resources we need to deal with climate change, poverty, violence and war”. (Womens History Month March 8 2012)

Women in Leadership Positions
Breaking through the glass ceiling ……….

Purpose of Report
In 2011 an article in the Guardian Business Newspaper stated “The Equality and Human Rights Commission claims...
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