The Refractive Thinker®: Vol XI: Women in Leadership

The Refractive Thinker® Press is proud to announce our recent publication in the award winning doctoral series: The Refractive Thinker®

Refractive Thinker Women XI cover 5-4aJoin Sally Helgesen and contributing scholars as they discuss research regarding women in leadership. The conversations contains research that will influence how women’s leadership is understood and supported in the years ahead. This volume provides fresh insights into mentoring and coaching practices, an examination of the importance of developing a voice, the impact of continued shifts in demographics, and the role of women in specific cultures in articulating a sustainable vision of the future. Such contributions will expand and enrich the programmatic offerings that help speed women on their leadership journeys into the future.

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The Refractive Thinker®: Vol XI: Women in Leadership

Chapter 1: Dr. Gwendolyn C. Dooley

Refractive Mentoring Strategies for Rising Beyond Biases and Barriers to Leadership Promotions

Chapter 2: Dr. Kathi H. Gibson

Mentoring Women in Educational Leadership Through the Dissertation Process: A College Professor’s Thoughts and Experiences

Chapter 3: Dr. Cynthia J. Young

Using Leadership to Improve Firm Performance Through Knowledge Management

Chapter 4: Dr. Janie Hall

Native American Women in Leadership Working Toward a Sustainable Future

Chapter 5: Dr. Michelle L. Boese

Creating Refractive Thinking in the Classroom to Inspire Accounting Leadership in Women

Chapter 6: Dr. Patricia A. Champion & Dr. Linda J. Gutsch

The Power of Promoting Women in Leadership Through Mentoring and Networking

Chapter 7: Dr. Denise Mayo Moore

Women as Leaders

Chapter 8: Dr. Jennifer Guerguis & Dr. Kirlos M. Guerguis

Innovative Strategies for Women to Overcome Barriers in Pursuing Leadership Roles in Healthcare Organizations

Chapter 9: Dr. Laurie Maslak

A Story of Voice

Chapter 10: Dr. Aaron Glassman & Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz

The Paradox of Color Coding Leadership: Pink for Girls and Blue for Boys?

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