Leading Meeting Professionals

Professional Convention Management Association

April 11 2013

Women Have Better Decision-Making Abilities Than Men, Make Better Corporate Leaders

By Ariel Schwartz, Fast Company
It’s never a good idea to make generalizations about the differences between men and women. But when there’s real data to back these generalizations up, it’s worth paying attention. Take a new study from McMaster University, which found that women tend to be better corporate leaders because of their decision-making abilities. Women, take note: regardless of whether you subscribe to Sheryl Sandberg’s "Lean In" philosophy, this study indicates that your innate abilities make you well suited for corporate power. More