Do Female Leaders View Disruption Differently?

This report by Criticaleye Partner,  AlixPartners explores how female C-level and senior executives are navigating current disruptions by actively seeking new opportunities from the uncertainty ahead.

Key Takeaways Include:

• Female leaders expect a 50 percent greater change to their company’s business model due to disruptive forces, compared to their male counterparts.
• 83 percent of female leaders state that their natural leadership style thrives in a disrupted environment vs 79 percent of male leaders.
• Female leaders are 13 percent less likely to worry about losing their job due to disruption.




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