Battling the myth of the superwoman
- Where in the world are the women executives? Ader, Nancy J.; Izraeli, Dafna N. // Business Quarterly;Autumn94, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p89
Focuses on the status of women executives in the business world. Increase of women in management positions; Promotion of women in communist countries; Barrier to senior executive positions; Need for proper credentials; Competitive advantage with women executives; Actions by transnational firms;...
- Do women make better bosses? Kling, Cynthia // Harper's Bazaar;Sep96, Issue 3418, p430
Opinion. Presents the author's view on the emergence of female bosses. Reaction with the leadership style of some women executives; Reason why more people in each of the nations surveyed preferred working for a male boos over a female one; Assertion of professor Judy Rosener on men and women's...
- Women resort managers find industry hospitable. Watt, Katherine // Inside Tucson Business;09/07/98, Vol. 8 Issue 24, p7
Reports on the work environment of the female general managers of hotels and resorts in Tucson, Arizona. Contributing factors to success in the industry; Jayne Decker of Westward Look Resort; Lori Jones-Lo Duca of Varsity Clubs of America; Gayle Venner of Clarion Randolph Park.
- Superwoman gets promoted...maybe. // Herizons;Winter94, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p13
Cites a survey of midlevel managers in the United States and Canada suggesting that a women's involvement in household tasks did not affect her chances of promotion.
- Spot the chauvinist. Mills, Kathy J. // International Business: Strategies for the Global Marketplace;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p6
Reports on the lack of women in management positions in half of small and mid-sized companies in the European Union. Countries with the highest and lowest percentages of firms with no women in management; Reasons for the lack of women managers in Scandinavian countries.
- Sex and silence. White, S.; Leclerc, A. // Esquire;Jan1992, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p38
Reports that the National Association for Female Executives has found that 1,300 members polled had been or knew someone who had been sexually harassed by someone `in a position to control or influence' their career and the percentage of reportedincidents.
- Poll finds women in business face subtle issues. Shankle, Greta // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/10/96, Vol. 17 Issue 12, Most Influential... p4
Focuses on women executives. Working relationship with men; Equal opportunity statements; Job duties; Issues identification; Educational levels.
- Women find lack of female mentors. Schneider, A.J. // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/10/96, Vol. 17 Issue 12, Most Influential... p7
Focuses on women mentors for female executives. Difficulty in finding other women to serve as mentors; Limitations on the ability to mentor; Career questions.
- Lessons learned. // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/10/96, Vol. 17 Issue 12, Most Influential... p8
Presents lessons learned by women executives in Indianapolis, Indiana. Need to learn to say no; Importance of balance; Importance of relationships; Influence of school boards.
- Most influential women in Indianapolis. // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/10/96, Vol. 17 Issue 12, Most Influential... p12
Features `Indianapolis Business Journal' periodical's roster of the most influential women in Indianapolis, Indiana. Reputation; Career history; Family background; Educational attainment.