Many differences indeed exist between the spoken language of males and females. Nonverbal cues are often difficult to notice and even harder to understand.
Some people may not even realize when they are communicating in this sense.
It is perceived that males and females have different styles when it comes to leadership.
First, we will look at the leadership styles of men.
For example, their styles have become so famous and so individually unique that yearly contests award prizes to people who write the best parodies of their styles.
The parodies of Hemingway's writing style are perhaps the more fun to read because of Hemingway's ultimate simplicity and because he so often used the same style and the same themes in much of his work.
Contrary to men, women have been known to have a transformational leadership style.
Transformational leadership is a type of leadership that inspires followers to make positive changes in their expectations, perceptions and motivations to work towards common goals.
A great deal has been written about Hemingway's distinctive style.
In fact, the two great stylists of twentieth-century American literature are William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway, and the styles of the two writers are so vastly different that there can be no comparison.