“If you want something said, ask a man.
But if you want something done,
you better ask a woman.”
– Margaret Thatcher
Since the time of childhood, when they are like delicate buds, young and innocent, women are protected and shielded from the brutalities of the outer world. Made helpless and weak, their lives are dotted with restrictions. But thankfully, things are now different. The social and economic scenario of the society has changed, and it has changed for the better. They perform their role with equal efficacy both inside as well as outside the house.
Those feminine facets of her personality which make her a better human being are also responsible for her better managerial capacity. Women exude warmth. They are transformational leaders and successfully serve as role models. In addition to this, they are less egoistic than men. They don’t shy away from asking for help or advice from others. Therefore, women are more generous negotiators, better cooperators, and are motivated to create win-win situation.
Women are also known to be great multitaskers. Why is it so? This is because of the fact that they are trained to handle many tasks simultaneously, and play different multidimensional roles. Ladies wake up early in the morning, complete their chores, go to work, then work again at home till its time for bed. And the next morning, they are up again, ready to repeat this routine and face the world. Be running the household, taking care of the needs of the family or managing their careers , the modern woman has proves herself to be equivalent of the man in every aspect and situation.
And there is no shortage of examples. Indira Nooi, Chanda Kocchar, Indira Gandhi, Ekta Kapoor and many more. Despite facing initial criticism and day-to-day challenges, these ladies successfully create a balance between their personal and professional lives.They have proves that women are much better at handling things than men. A woman can do whatever she wants, in fact, she can even change the world if she wants to.