Workplace Productivity— female employees are resourceful in any firms
Female CEO’s Powerful as HellWe found that female leads, managers and head supervisors expand the team performance by 4% than the male in charge. Also from the global market research, performance of a firm led by a female CEO increases with the share of female workers. The more women who work for the firm, the better the firm does when a female CEO is in charge. A firm where the workforce is 20 percent female would increase overall sales per employee by about 3.7 percent if it hired a female CEO. If a female CEO took over a male-managed company where the workforce is at least 20 percent female, sales per employee would increase by about 14 percent. The world famous Virginia Marie Rommetty–better known as “Ginni”–is chairwoman, president, and CEO of a multinational technology company IBM. She helped negotiate the purchase of PricewaterhouseCoopers for $3.5bn (£2.67bn) in 2002. Another rigid example of the force that female executives exhibit is Sheryl Sander, COO, Facebook steer the firm through turbulent times of data privacy & regulatory glare. She brought $41 bn (2017) of revenue to the table.
They work harder, smarter and as a teamAccording to Hive, woman’s performance is higher than men. In the report from Hive, it states that 66% of work completion is seen in both genders but only women are assigned with 10% more work than men. So, even with the extra assigned work, the completion rate remains; proves women’s efficiency is faster in scaling up. And the rate increases overall in 10% of improved work performance in female employees. From their innate nature, women can relate, interpret and close the task by predicting the beneficial outcome. Women perform any task strategically. It proves them methodical in places that need a step-by-step approach and competitive in aggressive tasks. Women leaders build team cohesively. Female managers nurture the team with educational content and informatics training programs.
Focus is on the overall bigger pictureYour workforce report will tell who is on the bigger picture direction and who is on the self-centered world. A company with higher female workers may not have performed well in mid-term goals but at a shorter rate in 2-3 years their sales, ROI and annual turnover increases by 3 %. Hive research finds it is the nature of the work allotted to them, noting that, “Women are assigned and spend more time on non-promotable tasks than men. These non-promotable tasks are any activity that is beneficial to the organization, but does not contribute to career advancement.” So basically, things that contribute to the long run are carried out by women. This also answers why they can build and perform as a team.
Concentration is their margin of victory
Women are less prone to distraction. It is true! Women get less distracted especially while they are working. According to a study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, an independent research consultancy, women can work longer times without getting distracted, which results in getting the job done in a shorter period.They can increase this productivity if they are working from home. But it also depends on their personal lifestyle — with or without kids — the chance to focus better on tasks. They have a higher rate of finishing a task with no redundancies in much lesser time than their male colleagues. The power of multi-tasking is considered sometimes a bad habit in the career, but this innate skill in women makes them leverage the benefit to free their time for various other organizational growth activities.