Teacher leaders assume a wide range of roles to support school and student success. Whether these roles are assigned formally or shared informally, they build the entire school's capacity to improve. Because teachers can lead in a variety of ways, many teachers can serve as leaders among their peers. So what are some of the leadership options available to teachers?
Women and Leadership Chapter 3: Obstacles to Female Leadership Americans widely believe that men have a better shot at leadership positions in business and politics, even Roles of leaders majorities say that men and women make equally good leaders.
There is little consensus, however, on why women remain underrepresented in these fields. Other reasons, such as family responsibilities, inexperience, or women not being tough enough, are cited less frequently as significant barriers to female leadership.
The public expresses some skepticism about whether women will be able to overcome the obstacles that keep them out of top leadership positions, at least in business. About two-thirds of Americans, including majorities of men and women alike, say it is easier for men than women to get elected to high political offices and to get top executive positions in business, but women are more likely to express this view.
About three-quarters of women say men have a better shot at these roles, compared with about six-in-ten men, a pattern that is repeated across generations. For example, Millennial and Boomer women are 13 percentage points more likely than their male counterparts to say it is easier for men to get top executive positions in business; there is a point gender gap among Gen Xers and a point gap among the Silent generation on this question.
Similarly, there are double-digit gender gaps across generations on views that it is easier for men to get elected to high political offices. About eight-in-ten Democratic and independent women and seven-in-ten Republican women say it is easier for men to get top positions in business and politics, at least 13 percentage points higher than the share of men in the corresponding groups.
Barriers to Female Political Leadership If Americans think men and women make equally good political and business leaders but say men have an advantage when it comes to getting top positions in these realms, what do they think is holding women back?
Women are generally more inclined than men to see higher expectations, voter hesitation and lack of institutional support as major obstacles to female political leadership. Across generations, women are more likely than men to say that uneven expectations are a major obstacle to female political leadership.
Gender gaps on these factors are not as consistent across generations. Uneven expectations and companies not being ready to elevate women are cited more than any other factor as a major reason that more women are not in top leadership roles in business.
On almost every factor tested, women and men offer different views about significant obstacles to female leadership in business. The gap is particularly wide on matters related to unfair expectations and hesitation to hire women.
Is Family an Obstacle for Female Leaders? Men and women offer similar opinions about when women who want to reach a top executive positon should have children, but there is a considerable generation gap on this matter.
In particular, Millennials are far more likely than members of the Silent generation to say women who want to reach the highest levels of business leadership are better off waiting until they are well established in their careers.
About one-in-five in each generation say women who want leadership positions in business are better off not having children at all. Among Silents, opinions differ widely between men and women.About This Book "Design is the rendering of intent." What if education leaders approached their work with the perspective of a designer?
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