Work with Heart

Lopez, Laura
October 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2008, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p11
The author focuses on the importance for businesses to work with engagement to be able to establish sustainable relationships. She disagrees with the notion that the natural talents of women make them successful and stresses that successful women are those who put aside their natural feminine attribute to be able to succeed. She emphasizes that women need to use both feminine and masculine traits in their work to be fully successful. She describes engagement as an emotional issue which is needed in effective leadership.


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