Seven Deadly Traps

Henley, Dede
May 2007
Leadership Excellence;May2007, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p7
The article discusses seven factors why women leaders lose their authority. The author says that women abdicate their power when they see themselves as persons without choice, anticipate to be rescued and preserve peace at any price. She adds that women sacrifice their sovereignty when they do things in hurry and abandon their followers for the sake of self-protection.


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