You don’t need to be a scientist to recognize that women think, act, and lead differently than men. Yet science can help us understand why this is so.
Decades of research and studies have proven that male and female brains are structured differently. These structural variances are what determines how the two genders think, what they value, and how they communicate. This isn’t about one gender being smarter or thinking better than the other—studies show that men and women are evenly matched in their intellectual performance. The issue is that they reach these similar ends through different means.Continue Reading