April 01, 2002
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Short Cuts:Numbers GameSome gender-based differences among planners: 80% of female planners say it is important to develop a working style that suits superiors; 57% of male planners agree. 77% of female planners say risk-taking is key to leadership, compared with 55% of male planners. 75% of female planners believe a strong intellect is important for job success; 50% of male planners concur. 67% of female planners believe inviting dissent is key to leadership, compared with 44.2% of male planners. Source: Two polls of 2,000 planners each, sponsored by Meeting Professionals International Back to Current Issue index | Back to Short Cuts index
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