I know I'm a girl, but I personally think a male leader over a female leader is stronger, and by stronger I mean emotionally stronger. But then again, there's many variables involved
Most Helpful Guy
In b4 femnist attack my opinion.
I've been in leaderships my whole life. Not even a subtle brag here. Was an athlete in high school and practically ran the wrestling team. Went into the Marines after was a squad leader during bootcamp. I then was a guidon at MCT in charge of 71 newly trained Marines. After that I went to the police academy and was a squad leader again. Don't get me wrong there were some badass female Marines I met inside but for the majority a man is always going to hold those characteristics as a leader more so than a woman. You can't fight against our biological wiring. Men make decisions based off of logic for the most part whilst women are more emotional thinkers.2
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I had to do this topic for a debate in my Leadership and Ethics class some time ago. Research and statistics show that in recent times women make better leaders. They are more inclusive and caring/ using their emotions to ensure all is well while men tend to be more focused on performance and are less caring /flexible when dealing with workplace issues. That's the research. I believe it, it seems logical that women who are naturally nurturers would run a business similar to running a household, giving everyone's opinions a fair share and being able to make it function effectively as a whole. I didn't use these but here they are in case you're interested :)