According to Kirk Snydern the USC business-school professor and the author of "In The G Quotient: Why Gay Executives Are Excelling as Leaders . . . and What Every Manager Needs to Know": Gay male bosses produce 35 to 60 percent higher levels of employee engagement, satisfaction, and morale than straight bosses. "Gay people are constantly having to dodge and weave and assess how and where they're going as they grow up," says Snyder. "And that manifests itself as three huge skills: adaptability, intuitive communications, and creative problem-solving." Gay executives note that the reflection and candidness required for coming out mean that by the time they get to the workplace, gay men are often secure in their identity and don't feel the need to abuse people in order to boost their ego.SOURCE
Photo courtesy of MenAtPlay.