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Are Women Embracing Social Leadership More Than Men?

Social leadership is here to stay, but have leaders fully embraced the change in leadership style? Is there a faction of leaders that has embraced it more than another faction, specifically male and female leaders?

Have female leaders adopted social leadership faster than their male counterparts? Are they more willing to learn about new leadership styles? How do we counteract this problem, if it is in fact a problem.

We can’t wait to discuss what the #SocialLeader community thinks about this topic Monday night.

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Lauren Kirkpatrick is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she earned a Masters degree in digital/social media. She serves as the Social Media Manager for Switch & Shift and chat commander for #SocialLeader chat. She is also a social media assistant and blogger for our sister site Youtern. When out of the office, Lauren loves watching her Dodgers, Trojans and San Diego State Aztecs. She is a master DIYer, TV aficionado and expert baker. Follow Lauren on Twitter and connect with her on LinkedIn.

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