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Female managers more ethical
Charlene
I think female managers generally behave more ethical then their male counterparts. On average, they are less egoistic and less power-oriented, which is causing lots of problems for men.
 

 
Are female managers more ethical?
Aditi
I don't agree...... Managerial roles are not bound by gender criterias....
 

 
Ethical Behaviours by Gender
Lou Stea
I cannot understand how one could suggest such a position. I am assuming your current/past environment may of aided or be at fault in your distored non-measurable view on ethical behaviours by gender. I suggest you provide the global statistical measurements to your claim before sharing non factual statements.
 

 
Female managers more ethical
Dialethik
The question is not to know who are more ethical or not. But to know what are the different values between the female or male managers.
 

 
gender ethics
powditch
LOL, definitly wrong. studies show the female gender is less ethical than the male. this i feel is due to enviromental pressures. there is no limit to any individual male or female. But in "Genral" females make less moral choices. ALL Humans should be treated equally irrespective. the subject of this question is teleological and not absolute. this telos is a grave error, which group do U belong in ?
 

 
Male vs Female managers
Waseem A. Nisar, Consultant, United States, Member
I don't have any data but I think it does not make a difference - male vs female manager and ethics.
 

 
Gender-related Ethics
Ahmed N. Qeshta
I think that what are you saying is wrong: ethics are not related to gender and I would like to say that ethics are based on the environment in which the human lives.
 

 
Female Managers
Maninder Singh, Partner, India, Member
I strongly agree to it that female managers generally behave more ethical.
 

 
Female Managers More Ethical
Liliane Najm
Compassion is not ethics. Women feel more compassion in general; however, some behave strangely unethically in the name of feelings and emotions.
 

 
Gender Ethics Debate
Benjamin Leste
I would never say that until or unless it is proved empirically. As a manager / leader, we need to take decisions. Sometimes we are compelled to do so in crisis situations... where the survival of the organization, the benefits of customers and welfare of staff are at stake. Based on ethical considerations, common sense, knowledge, past experience etc. Our gender is of little or no importance. So stop with such gender-biased debate which of no use for us as effective leaders/managers.
 

     
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