What is it about?

Women’s leadership development in entrepreneurial business is critical to improving women’s participation in management and businesses in Bangladesh. Research shows that only seven percent of all business establishments in Bangladesh are women-owned and women-headed. This limited ownership and development of women’s leadership behavior is a clear gap to be filled. Thus, the study aims to identify women’s leadership behavioral factors (WLBFs) and examine the causal relationship between WLBFs and women’s leadership behavior practices (WLBPs) in line with path–goal leadership theory.

Featured Image

Why is it important?

This study suggests that policymakers, implementing managers, training service providers, and women entrepreneurs focus on entrepreneurial attitude, intention, education and skills development training, workplace learning culture, and socio-cultural support among women entrepreneurs in Bangladesh.

Read the Original

This page is a summary of: Leadership Behaviors of Women Entrepreneurs in SME Sector of Bangladesh, Businesses, May 2022, MDPI AG,
DOI: 10.3390/businesses2020016.
You can read the full text:



The following have contributed to this page