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VOICE OF INDIAN WOMAN LEADERS ON FACTORS THAT IMPACT THEIR CAREER IN THE ORGANIZATION

    1 Author(s):  DR.NIDHI SRIVASTAVA

Vol -  13, Issue- 6 ,         Page(s) : 19 - 24  (2022 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

It has been noticed that women leaders are being considered as the best managers during this COVID-19 crisis through there brilliance. Being as women’s they are more familiar in managing thing in which they are working these days. In this article we will look after countries in which women’s work at front phase and as a leader, how those countries are being categories different from others. Women’s leadership quality in responding with COVID-19 has being seen as amazing strategies to work out. It can be said Female leaders made a real difference which can be seen in COVID-19 as a proof. Empirical data will be used to study the timings of responses collected via government response tracker to determine whether the observation is correct or not. The relation between women and pandemic is more or less as a strong competitor.

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