PostRead: Chapter 5Chin, J. L. & Trimble, J. E. (2015). Diversity and leadership. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.Discussion: 41. What do diverse leaders bring to an organization? Discuss the benefits and costs of lived experiences associated with sexism and racism faced by women and racial/ethnic minority leaders. How might this influence their exercise of leadership?2. Is there a feminine advantage? Do women leaders have innate abilities to connect that give them an advantage in transformational and collaborative leadership styles?PostRead: Chapter 6Chin, J. L. & Trimble, J. E. (2015). Diversity and leadership. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.Discussion: 51. The textbook covers “organizational culture across industry sectors”. Discuss leadership styles across different industry sectors (at least 3). Are these styles that are a better match with a particular industry sector? What are they and why?2. How do we identify bias within an organization toward specific subcultures and groups? How does a leader manage this bias to achieve organizational outcomes?Post 6Read: Chapter 7Chin, J. L. & Trimble, J. E. (2015). Diversity and leadership. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.Discussion: 6Identify what you consider to be a Big Question or Golden Dilemma of leadership today. How would you go about addressing this as a leader?
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