Women in politics urged to be transformational leaders


NAIROBI: Women in politics have been challenged to be transformational leaders because when compared to their male counterparts they demonstrate transformational leadership traits in their daily lives.

It has been pointed out that women generally support each other socially as they are in solidarity in women societies like metshelo, child birth, during funerals and weddings amongst others.

It has been noted though that women still lag behind when it comes to supporting each other in leadership positions. This was revealed by the executive director of Community Advocacy and Awareness (CRAWN) Trust, Daisy Amdany at a Regional Women in Political Participation Academy training workshop which is underway here.

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