THE EFFECTS OF GENDER AND CULTURE ON IMPLICIT LEADERSHIP THEORIES: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY
- LEADERSHIP SUBTYPE ACTIVATION: FAVORABLE EVALUATIONS OF WOMEN LEADERS IN CHIEF POSITIONS. Rosette, Ashleigh Shelby; Leonardelli, Geoffrey J.; Plunkett Tost, Leigh; Phillips, Katherine W. // Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings;2006, pC1
This study compared evaluations of female leaders to male leaders in chief leadership positions. The findings suggest that women in chief leadership positions activate a subtype that distinguishes highly successful women from the stereotype of women in general and the counter-stereotype for...
- SEX EFFECTS IN EVALUATIONS OF TRANSFORMATIONAL AND TRANSACTIONAL LEADERS. POWELL, GARY N.; BUTTERFIELD, D. ANTHONY; ALVES, JOSÉ C.; BARTOL, KATHRYN M. // Academy of Management Proceedings;2004, pE1
Over three decades of research on sex effects in leader evaluations, both the leadership styles that are examined by scholars and the workplace context in which leadership is enacted and experienced have changed. Leadership theories and research have shifted to a focus on transformational and...
- Perceptions of Organizational Culture and Women's Advancement in Organizations: A Cross-Cultural Examination. Bajdo, Linda M.; Dickson, Marcus W. // Sex Roles;Sep2001, Vol. 45 Issue 5/6, p399
Presents a cross-cultural examination of the relationship between organizational culture and women's advancement to management in organizations. Percentage of women in management; Definition of organizational culture; Discussion of the potential influence of gender on organizational culture.
- Hands off! McGarvey, Robert // Entrepreneur;Sep98, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p85
Focuses on how decisions on sexual harassment in the United States Supreme Court in 1998 affect small business owners. How a company can be held legally responsible for sexual harassment; Comments from Ansis Viksnins, an employment lawyer with Lindquist and Vennum in Minneapolis; Actions which...
- Men and women in the workplace. Dorgan III, William J. // Modern Machine Shop;Jul97, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p118
Enumerates strategies for promoting positive gender relations in the workplace. Recognition that women employees made significant contributions to work; Avoidance of conflicts by understanding the communication differences between men and women.
- Eve-teasing as Sexual Harassment in India: Manifestation of the Patriarchal Mind-set. Nahar, Snigdha // International Journal of the Humanities;Apr2008, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p245
Equality is the goal in most societies, even the smallest step is a giant leap in this regard. Eve-teasing is a word of Indian origin even though it is in the English language. It is used only in the Indian sub-continent and refers to a "mild" form of sexual harassment. Even the Indian movies...
- Not a very balanced scorecard. Carlino, Bill // Accounting Today;11/3/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 20, p6
Comments on the annual roster of the 50 most powerful women in U.S. business released by "Fortune" magazine in September 2003. Criteria in selecting the nominees; Information on the selected candidates; Problems experienced by women in the workplace.
- Meeting in the Middle. Kellerman, Barbara // Leadership Excellence;May2013, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p10
The author discusses obstacles that may prevent women from achieving positions as top executives while arguing that leadership styles are becoming increasingly gender-neutral as leaders are encouraged to exhibit traits traditionally associated with both men and women. The book "Lean In: Women,...
- IS MASCULINITY A PREREQUISITE TO FEMALE MANAGERIAL ADVANCEMENT IN PAKISTAN? Arifeen, Shehla Riza // Pakistan Journal of Psychology;Jun2012, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p67
Global research on women in management has focused on the male managerial model or masculinity as important to female managerial advancement. This research is of significance because it demonstrates that masculinity is not a prerequisite for managerial advancement in the private sector in...