Research conducted by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) discovered that women rank their female supervisors higher than their male supervisors in multiple categories, such as expressing empathy and resolving conflicts. SHRM furthered their findings by interviewing Sucheta Misra, vice president of DE&I at North Highland, for more insight on women leaders and their impactful contributions to the workplace.
“As a woman of South Asian descent, I had to find my own leadership style because I didn't see anyone in leadership that looked like me throughout my career,” said Misra. “I experimented with different leadership styles. The one that resonated with me the most was and still is servant leadership. And that is what I try to embody in my work every day.”
Read more about Sucheta’s interview with SHRM here.