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Jiang, L. (2009) Looking at the Obstacles of Female Leadership Development from a Gender Perspective. Leadership Science, 21, 44-45.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Female Leaders’ Role Conflict and Its Balanced Solution

    AUTHORS: Huimin Zheng

    KEYWORDS: Role Conflict, Female Leader, Balanced Solution

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.6 No.8, August 24, 2018

    ABSTRACT: With the transformation of society and the improvement of occupational diversification, women’s awareness and the ability of political participation are constantly strengthening. The proportion of female leading cadres in China is also growing year by year; however, as far as the development of female leading cadres is concerned, women are still far behind men in terms of quantity and behavioral influence. The long-term status inequality has inhibited women’s instinct and desire to tap their own potential and the sense of social participation. The career development and life balance of female leaders under multiple role conflicts has become the confusion of most female leaders. Therefore, mastering the balance of female leadership role conflicts is of great significance for improving women’s leadership and creating a happy life.