Women in positions of power often have a difficult time knowing how they should manage their emotions. Too much emotion does not fit the stereotype of a leader, yet no emotion does not fit the stereotype of a woman, so it often feels like a lose–lose battle for women leaders. Please look up two world leaders, one man and one woman, expressing emotion. Are there any articles or pieces of information regarding the reactions of the public when seeing the leader get emotional? Is this consistent with the research from the textbook? Please take a look at Forbes top 10 stereotypes about powerful women. Based on this information, what advice would you give a female leader regarding emotion expression?Additional resources:Forbes top 10 stereotypes about powerful women:https://www.forbes.com/sites/jennagoudreau/2011/10/24/worst-stereotypes-powerful-women-christine-lagarde-hillary-clinton/#260e1e8f61ca (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.