Analysis Of the Ways in Which Women Leaders Develop and Discuss Leadership

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Haris Awan

Abstract

This study seeks to evaluate the leadership discourses of fifteen female leaders through the use of a narrative survey. The sample of participants is designed to be representative. The stories consistently explored the themes of adhering to one's ethical principles and striving for constructive world transformation. These concepts initiate a discourse concerning the moral dilemmas that leaders encounter. The primary suggestion of the study is to emulate forthcoming leadership techniques based on a feminist ethic of care. Furthermore, it argues that ethical leadership considerations should encompass both the objective and the surrounding context. The primary objective of this study is to determine the correlation between the feminist ethic of caring and the acquisition of leadership skills in relation to women's career decisions. This study employs a narrative survey, utilising Kenneth Burke's conceptual framework, to get insights into the perspectives and encounters of women in leadership roles. The objective of this study is to shed light on the intricate connections among women, leadership, and the feminist principle of caring through the assessment of narratives shared by women holding leadership positions.

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How to Cite
Haris Awan. (2024). Analysis Of the Ways in Which Women Leaders Develop and Discuss Leadership. Al-Qirtas, 1(1), 1-11. Retrieved from http://al-qirtas.com/index.php/Al-Qirtas/article/view/270