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You may not realize that parenting skills will gain you interpersonal skills in your office. As you can see, in Malaysia, a lot of working mom these days. They will eventually becomes top executives and managers someday. They are good with multitask and planning, as well as managing a team.
Joanne Stern wrote“3. Mary is the senior vice president of a bank. She believes her greatest leadership skill is being able to look at people realistically and help them do the best job they can do. I think we’d call that empowering. It’s what she does with her three sons. One of her sons is almost deaf, has double vision and ADD, so she doesn’t expect the same things from him as from the other two. At work, she says, it’s the same thing. You have to get to know each employee and know what to expect from them and how to talk with them. One might not be doing the job because he’s lazy—but another is really challenged by the same job. So you give them the job they have the skills for because you want to bring out the best in them.”
The mother job of pursuing naughty children, bathing a baby, put the baby to sleep, and cooking for a lovely husband, will not go to waste. It is a large benefit to organization with their leadership skills/