To Delegate or Not to Delegate: Gender Differences in Affective Associations and Behavioral Responses to Delegation

@article{Akinola2017ToDO,
  title={To Delegate or Not to Delegate: Gender Differences in Affective Associations and Behavioral Responses to Delegation},
  author={M. Akinola and Ashley E Martin and K. W. Phillips},
  journal={Academy of Management Journal},
  year={2017}
}
Effectively delegating work to others is considered critical to managerial success, as it frees up managers’ time and develops subordinates’ skills. We propose that female leaders are less likely t... 
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