Helping Women Leaders Make Career Decisions
- Germany vindicates affirmative action--mostly in theory. Walker, Ruth // Christian Science Monitor;3/18/96, Vol. 88 Issue 77, p7
Reports that a German federal court ruling has narrowly vindicated affirmatiive-action laws that were intended to increase the number of women in public-sector jobs. Comments from Barbara Simon, director of women's issues at the Family Affairs Ministry in Bonn; Information on women's...
- The first woman president. Mackoff, Barbara L. // Christian Science Monitor;10/22/96, Vol. 88 Issue 229, p18
Opinion. Discusses why there are not any women running for United States presidency. Why the girl who will be president will be elected; Parent's view on how to nurture a daughter's unique strengths as a leader.
- French women professionals ahead of British. // Women's International Network News;Winter92, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p71
Compares the status of women professionals in France and Great Britain. Release of report entitled `Women in Professional Occupations in France and Britain'; Exclusionary practices by men that frustrate women's access to professional careers; Advantages of French women over their British...
- Which women do men admire? Penenberg, Adam L. // Glamour;May95, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p112
Presents women in different professions who are most admired by men. Whitney Houston; Hillary Clinton; Bonnie Raitt; Mother Teresa; Joycelyn Elders.
- `Can't you see I'm working'? Dormen, Lesley // Glamour;May95, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p154
Focuses on the difficulties encountered by women professionals with their families' and friends' attitudes toward their jobs. Prevalence of insensitivity; Perception gap complicated by misunderstanding; Importance of drawing the line between personal relationships and professional responsibilities.
- Professional Women in Building-Atlanta Chapter and the Atlanta 50 Council Presents. // Atlanta Building News eNewsletter;4/15/2014, p5
The article informs that Professional Women in Building-Atlanta Chapter and the Atlanta 50 Council will conduct a meeting on April 16, 2014.
- Keep smiling. // American Nurseryman;10/1/93, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p9
Reports on the result of a psychological study by Linda Carli of Wellesley College on women in the workplace. Need to get point across with warmth; Observations on receptivity of men to female speakers.
- Too young to get respect. Kennedy, Marilyn Moats // Glamour;Feb94, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p78
Gives advice to a female worker under 30 who suffers from credibility gap in the workplace. Attitude of senior officers to young women; Character projections suggested.
- Women+power=suspension. Crisp, Wendy Reid // Executive Female (0199-2880);Jan/Feb97, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p80
Ponders on the importance of attractiveness in the professional success of women. Suspicions on attractive women; Effects of attractiveness to men. INSET: Write, Wendy. Write!..