This book will teach you the strategies used by Michelle Obama to become a leader by using skills typically utilized by female leaders, such as compassion, communication, and solidarity; qualities that her male counterparts tend to lack. Leading as a man in the traditional sense often implies in the long run a deep discontent and restlessness.
Effective leadership, as exemplified by Michelle Obama, can result from the skills that many women possess. Whether you are male or female, discover the skills that define feminine leadership and learn how to effectively use them from Michelle Obama's example.
Michelle Obama commands respect and admiration for her causes and efforts separate from her husband's position as President of the United States. During a speech in March 2016, her husband confirmed that becoming president was not at all in Michelle's plans for the future, disappointing many. However, Michelle has numerous plans to continue being a leader and affecting change out of the spotlight of the White House. How can you learn from the ways that she leads as a woman, but neither commits to more traditional projects of first ladies of the past, nor tries to steal methods of leadership from male leaders of US past.
The first lady has been a leader in gaining respect and earning admiration through her quiet determination in various aspects of her life. From schoolyard discrimination in childhood to her many initiatives to support minorities during her time at college and Law School at Harvard, she refused to back down.
As First Lady, she receives criticism for not being a leader in many more traditional feminist causes. This view obscures the incredible work she has done for the visibility of a range of causes, including education, childhood obesity.
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- Anonymous User
awful - not a single strategy listed
this is a brief overview of Michelle's life and some soundbites from reviews of her or from her speeches. it's got nothing in it which could even described as a strategy or approach and it doesn't even draw comparison between what would be a male approach Vs female. definitely does not do what it says on the tin.