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Women and Leadership
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Women and Leadership
Journey Toward Equity



January 2021 | 372 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
While women in the United States account for nearly half the workforce, they continue to encounter unique personal, social, and structural dynamics as leaders. Authors Lisa DeFrank Cole and Sherylle J. Tan explore these dynamics and more in Women and Leadership: Journey Towards Equity.  Grounded in leadership theory and research, this text delves into the barriers and challenges women face on their leadership journeys, including stereotypes, bias, inequality, discrimination, and domestic responsibilities.  The text includes several chapters devoted to strategies and tools for overcoming obstacles, creating structural change, and moving towards greater equity. 


 
Chapter 1: Why Study Women and Leadership
 
SECTION I: FOUNDATIONS
 
Chapter 2: Historical Context
 
Chapter 3: Social Context
 
Chapter 4: Relevant Leadership Approaches and Theories
 
Chapter 5: Gender Differences in Norms, Styles, and Effectiveness
 
SECTION II: BARRIERS AND CHALLENGES
 
Chapter 6: Implications of Stereotypes and Bias
 
Chapter 7: Consequence of and Solutions for Inequality and Discrimination
 
Chapter 8: Work, Family, and Life Responsibilities
 
Chapter 9: Global and Cross-Cultural Leadership
 
SECTION III: SUPPORTS AND SOLUTIONS
 
Chapter 10: Developing Leader Identity and Leadership Capacities
 
Chapter 11: Navigating the Labyrinth
 
Chapter 12: Invisible Systems and Creating Structural Change
 
Chapter 13: Movement towards Equity

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