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  • Women are less influential when they’re angry
  • Women are less influential when they’re angry
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Women are less influential when they’re angry

When Sheryl Sandberg, Condoleezza Rice and Beyoncé mustered their collective woman power for Ban Bossy, it was to highlight the fact that ‘bossy’ is a derogatory term for women in leadership. But research shows there are tangible differences in the perceptions of male and female leaders.

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