Ideas from Mayo, Margarita

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Why Self-Confident Women Have Less Influence than Self-Confident Men

Idea posted: October 2017
  • CSR & Governance
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

A new study shows that the appearance of self-confidence resulting from high performance gives men greater influence in their organizations. The same is not true for women, who in addition to appearing self-confident must also demonstrate active concern and support for others. 

Idea #675
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Argentinian Tango, Buenos Aires, 2009 (Source: Wikimedia Commons

Smart Moves – the Tango and Modern Leadership

Idea posted: June 2013
  • Strategy
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour
Institutions: IE Business School

The tango is presented as a metaphor for leadership in the modern world. Although it has adapted to changing social structures and attitudes to gender, it remains a passionate and emotionally powerful pastime. It also provides leaders with a novel approach to assessing their own management capabilities.

Idea #159
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American Gothic, Grant Wood, 1930, Art Institute of Chicago

Mars Vs Venus: Gender and Self-Image in the Workplace

Idea posted: March 2013
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour
Institutions: IE Business School

When it comes to assessing their leadership capability, men and women react quite differently to feedback from their peers. Women are more inclined to take co-workers’ views about them to heart. The way forward for both sexes’ development as leaders is to understand these peer opinions, close the gaps discovered, and seek the right support to build on their leadership competencies.

Idea #108
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