Women leadership at collegiate levelAuthor(s):
Sandeep Kumar and Dr. Sakshi MehtaAbstract:
It is significant to point out that Collegiate Level Education has altered drastically these past several years via globalization and technology advancement. This does not only mean that there are university students from various and different international, racial, religious and gender backgrounds and cultures; which requires educational leaders to become competent in cross-cultural awareness, but globalization requires that the students can also understand the cultural differences among their peers. This requires Collegiate Level Education leaders to work in a multicultural educational environment, which encompasses race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and age, consequently, diversity, which is achievable via a communal way of leadership and communication, group work and collaboration are vital to helping leaders foster relativeness and understanding among them and help create an environment friendly to all stakeholders within the educational realm.Pages: 137-140 | Views: 322 | Downloads: 3Download Full Article: Click Here
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Sandeep Kumar, Dr. Sakshi Mehta. Women leadership at collegiate level. Int J Political Sci Governance 2020;2(2):137-140.