The rise of collaborative leadership

02/10/2012 | CNN

More women in leadership positions would make the world more peaceful, according to Harvard University psychologist Steven Pinker. Collaborative leadership styles traditionally associated with women are becoming more widespread across a range of organizations, but men and women shouldn't let their genders dictate their approach to leadership, writes Joseph Nye, also of Harvard. "Questions of appropriate style ... are equally relevant for men and women, and should not be clouded by traditional gender stereotypes," he writes.

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