Black Women; Different Style - Black Enterprise
Black Enterprise Magazine July/August 2018 Issue

A recent study found that black women manage differently from white women and black men. The study, conducted by professors at Rutgers and Arkansas Tech universities, found that black female managers have traits traditionally associated with both male (strength, self-confidence) and female (supportive, considerate) behavior. Black women were found to be more aware of gender discrimination than their white counterparts, more creative and better at handling several behavioral roles at once and keeping them separate.

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