Your rough draft must be 3-4 pages in length. Use proper APA formatting and include a reference page. The reference page is in addition to the page requirement (the title page does not need to be submitted with your rough). Your paper should demonstrate a strong thesis statement supported by research from at least 3-5 sources. Contents of your rough draft should include:
- A detailed explanation of the population chosen.
- The communication barriers that were presented in the case study.
- Resources and or policies that were utilized to assist in eliminating or reducing the barriers.
- Resources or services that could assist but were not utilized in the case study.
- Final outcome of patient experience and customer service provided.
Explanation & Answer
Running Head: GENDER DIVERSITY IN LEADERSHIP ROLES
Gender Diversity in Leadership Roles
GENDER DIVERSITY IN LEADERSHIP ROLES
Gender diversity is the equitable sharing of resources among the different sexes that an
individual conforms to be it male, female or any other gender type. Gender diversity seeks to
identify whether there is a fair representation of the sexes in different environments such as the
workplace, sports or other categories such as rate of employment or seats held in a public
position. Gender diversity is most often differentiated between the male and female sex. In the
workplace gender diversity on a global scale between men and women seems to be heading
towards equality with women having a 40 percent share of the global workforce (McKinsey &
A study conducted by the McKinsey Global Institute shows how gender diversity is at the
micro and macro levels of organizations and how to ensure gender diversity within corporations
(McKinsey & Company, 2017). The study spans ten years of research and indicates that more
organizations are realizing the need for gender diversity in the workplace. The findings of the
study indicate that women still lack the proper representation in the workplace globally, as they
make up for 40 percent of the global workforce but only hold 25 percent of the managerial
positions available (McKinsey & Company, 2017). Th...