Compare/Contrast the worldview of the Religious Right, at the time of its founding, to your current worldview.
University of Mannheim and completed the Berlin Doctoral program of Economics and Management Science. Ahrens then joined the German Federal Ministry of Finance in Berlin as a political advisor in business restructuring. Ahrens dissertations and articles have multiple international peer-reviewed awards, and he has written many articles about business leadership and management. This source was chosen because it states with information and credibility, why there is such a difference between the number of males and female CEOs. This source is helpful because it shows examples of how female CEOs are getting treated differently from male CEOs, and how the way that they are perceived by others effects how far they can reach in such leadership positions. This book contributes to the idea that females are in fact treated differently in CEO leadership positions and explains how women are purposely denied the ability to grow and take on the responsibilities of a CEO, based largely on their gender, and their gender stereotypes. Ahrens criticism and informative book helps my research because it provides many details and the possible different reasons that answer my question as to why there exists drastically so many fewer females in CEO leadership positions than males, and how these roles are changing as time progresses. Headley, CW. “Study: Women CEOs Are More Likely to Face Termination than Men.” Ladders | Business News & Career Advice, Ladders | Business News & Career Advice, 1 Feb. 2019. Headley describes that between 2000 and 2014, a study publishes by Journal Management stated that there had been 641 CEO dismissals and out of those women CEOs were 45 percent more likely to be dismissed than male CEOs. Headley explains that both males and females were fired if the company was not performing well but when the company was performing well more women CEOs were consistently dismissed. Some of the reasons that women were found to be dismissed more was because they were said to be too intimidating, aggressive or bossy. Most female CEOs are not liked by companies and thus they are always in jeopardy of losing their jobs as CEOs or in high ranked leadership positions. Headley is a reporter who uses current studies to talk about the prevalent issues in the gender gap that female CEOs face as compared to male CEOs. Headley has written multiple articles which have been reviewed about gender and wage gap. This source is credible because it directly links in studies used to justify major points. Headley uses new studies to discuss and mention why female CEOs are at risk more than men and how that plays a role in why there are more male CEOs than female CEOs and females in leadership positions. The views in this article correlate with the views in Ahrens article and Mohans article because they both also describe that one of the reasons that women are not as successful in attaining CEO leadership positions is due to the fact that they ar>GET ANSWER