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  • Women Fear Becoming ‘Bag Ladies’ Even When They’re Financially Secure, Says Study

    Huffington Post - 03/28/2013

    Consequence: Leaders With “Feminine” Qualities Are More Valuable

    “The aim is to behave like a good coach, and channel your charisma to motivate others to be hardworking and creative. The model is not explicitly defined as feminine, but it echoes literature about male-female differences. A program at Columbia Business School, for example, teaches sensitive leadership and social intelligence, including better reading of facial expressions and body language. ‘We never explicitly say, “Develop your feminine side,” but it’s clear that’s what we’re advocating,’ says Jamie Ladge, a business professor at Northeastern University.”