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Personality for Leadership: Women better suited for leadership than men, research demonstrates

Research has identified five key traits that, overall, provide a good picture of our personality. This is called the five factor model. The five traits in the five factor model are: emotional stability, extraversion (outgoing), openness to new experiences, agreeableness and conscientiousness. The personality traits are measured in degrees, from high to low. New research suggests that based on this framework, women are better suited for leadership positions than men.
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