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She knew that women who disguised their sexuality were likely to be promoted more readily than she, yet simultaneously she thought her sexuality was a trump card. Even as she saw how it worked against her, she valued it and sought to preserve it, and tried hard to outshine all young female incumbents. This cannot be a true picture of my mother, though it is as I saw her.” (Working Women Don’t Have Wives) Women executives are everywhere in corporate America, and they may actually be more effective managers then men. In fact, women managers consistently are rated higher than their male counterparts on 37 of 47 critical management qualities such as leadership, social skills, problem-solving and decision-making,
Huan Nguyen Huu Topic : Are women better managers than men? Some people think that women are better managers than men. However, others think make worse managers. There are certainly different views on this controversial question, although there are a number of reasons why a woman plays the leading role well. Firstly, women have their maternal nature.