All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘women in organizations’
What Keeps High-Achieving Women from Choosing Executive Positions VIII: Conclusions
Clearly, being a leader means more than inspiring others to perform. Going from being an outstanding individual performer to being a successful leader of others requires a new self-definition
What Keeps High-Achieving Women from Choosing Executive Positions: VII. Results: Themes Four and Five
The themes and patterns presented below and in the previous essay were matched to the assumptions defined prior to the research in the Hypothesis section (see earlier essay). Each theme is titled before the assumption, and then the results are given either validating or modifying the assumption. Following are the final two themes.
What Keeps High-Achieving Women From Choosing Executive Positions. VI. Results: Themes One – Three
The intent of the research was to discover and share the inner factors—the beliefs, needs, aspirations, traits and choices—that are keeping this group of women from moving into executive positions.
What Keeps High Achieving Women from Choosing Executive Positions: V. Method and Research Design
In order to understand the behavior of high-achieving women in organizations, we cannot simply observe them in action. We have to take into account what the women feel and think to grasp both the ways they see the world and the motivations that drive their actions.
What Keeps High Achieving Women from Choosing Executive Positions: IV. The Shifting Female Mindset
At least 30 years have passed since women became managers in significant numbers in the United States. This rise has been fraught with difficulties and roadblocks.