Now, at state, national and global levels, women are increasingly realizing their leadership presence in

industry, government, education, engineering, health, etc. Women are now determined to crack

through the conventional glass ceiling that, even though they have the talents and expertise needed,

has stopped  them from taking leadership roles.  Women in modern times are continually changing and hitting new benchmarks across a broad range of  human  activities. Women  leaders  such  as  Shahnaz Wazir  Ali, Maryam  Nawaz,  Shireen Mazari,  Sherry  Rehman, Hina Rabbani Khar, Dr. Azra Pechuho, and Zartaj Gul have all experienced the emergence of the  world, to name a few.  Women leaders change

faster than men do. They represent their subordinates as role models. She makes  her staff impressive

and spends a lot of time preparing her team. They think for their personal growth  very much. As the

secret to growth, female leaders stress collaboration and authentic contact. The goal  of leadership for most women leaders is not only to fulfil corporate goals, but to transform their followers  into better individuals.  Invariably, women leaders are focused on completing assignments assigned under deadlines.

In order to  ensure  the  smooth  running  of  the  company, it is important  to  complete  day‐to‐day activities  from an  organizational point.  Women leaders normally tend to lead and build flat

organizational frameworks that encourage everyone  to  function intermittently in a  collegial environment. The expertise and  understanding  of experienced  workers and  the manager are neglected by  the   flat  hierarchical system. Women leaders are generally  dismissive of the hierarchical corporate system.  In the present century, every organization, be it culture or entity, cannot work efficiently without equal

involvement by women in leadership activities. Women generate a viewpoint that takes organizations

and  teams to competition and cooperation.  Organizations of large executive teams make good choices in today’s society that lead to better outcomes.  The  basic  attributes  that  need  to  be  driven  in  the  21st  century  include  the  ability  to  work  together,  connect, empathies and communicate. All of these traits are feminine and will help to create a society  that is more prosperous. To accelerate social change at home and in the workplace, guidance from women  is needed. A coherent vision of work and family is likely to be provided by female politicians, pointing to  a more active and promising future, both personal and technical.  Gender equity in leadership is important because without a diversity of viewpoints in leadership positions,  real change will not happen.  “If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then, you are an excellent leader.” (Dolly Parton) In  our world,  the  percentage  of women employees  who work in various industries is the representation  of women in different sectors. In the past, in politics,  business,  education,  engineering,  science  and  technology, etc., women were entirely represented.  This condition is continually changing, though.

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Amber Farooq

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