Leadership

Double Binds, Glass Cliffs, & Concrete Walls:Exploring Women’s Experiences in Educational Leadership

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2020
This course challenges collective assumptions regarding the construction of “effective” leadership in education and who is considered to be an effective leader and why. Specifically, we take a critical perspective to consider how and in what ways, such concepts may be built on gendered and racialized notions of leadership.... Read more about Double Binds, Glass Cliffs, & Concrete Walls:Exploring Women’s Experiences in Educational Leadership
Deepa Purushothaman

Deepa Purushothaman

U.S. Board Member, Avasara Leadership Institute
WAPPP Leader in Practice

Deepa is a Diversity, Inclusion and Equity leader and she speaks extensively about race and gender issues.  Deepa recently left her corporate role...

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Rachael Goodwin

Rachael Goodwin

Ph.D. Candidate in Management at the University of Utah
WAPPP Fellow

Bio

Rachael Dailey Goodwin is a Ph.D. Candidate in Management at the University of Utah. Prior to pursuing a Ph.D., she was a visiting...

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2020 Mar 12

Understanding Gender and Leadership: How Do Characteristics of Women’s Social Networks Shape Leadership at Work?

11:45am to 1:00pm

Location: 

Hosted Online

Tracy L. Dumas, Associate Professor, Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business.

In this study we explore the relationship between gender and leadership by examining characteristics of men’s and women’s social networks and how these characteristics shape the individual’s ability to demonstrate leadership behaviors in the workplace. Although existing research suggests that women may have unique strengths when it comes to leadership, these...

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