Gender Differences in Managerial Behavior and Their Leadership Styles

Authors : Rugiatou JALLOW

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20SEP032

This study investigated gender differences in relation to managerial behavior and leadership styles in The Gambia. The correlation between leadership styles and managerial behavior was firstly examined while gender differences and leadership styles were investigated. However, quantitative method was used to gather information from the target audience where Mann-Whitney analysis, crosstabsanalysis and correlation analysis were employed as the estimation techniques. From the analysis, the findings reported that female has the highest frequency in terms of transformational style of management and male has the highest frequency in terms of transactional leadership style in an organization. The study concluded that male leaders are mostly recognized in the managerial positions compared to female leaders.

Keywords : Gender, Managerial Behavior, Leadership, Transactional And Transformational Style


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