TITLE

Leadership: Cultivating Feminin Feminine Presence

AUTHOR(S)
Regine, Birute
PUB. DATE
April 2009
SOURCE
Interbeing;Spring/Summer2009, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Women's mastery often remains unseen, like the teacher in a cave, a world of hidden arts. To uncover some of these hidden arts the author interviewed over sixty women from many parts of the world: US, Canada, England, Italy, Colombia, Australia, Israel, Lebanon, and Iraq. They come from all walks of life and include doctors, artists, a federal judge, a novelist, businesswomen, a governor, a wine maker, a priest, CEOs, lawyers, professor, housewife, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, nurses, politicians. These women, although they have succeeded in a largely male world, emphasize their feminine skills as they usher in a new era of cooperation. The author refers to them as "Iron Butterflies".
ACCESSION #
41128769

 

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