Leadership Philosophies and Styles of Women University PresidentsAdvancing Women in Leadership Journal (2007)
AbstractAlthough progress has been made, it remains clear that women are still underrepresented in administrative positions in all types of higher educational institutions throughout the world. While the issue is often now addressed in the literature, there are still few articles reporting research findings on the experiences and perceptions of university presidents, particularly women. Ten women university presidents were interviewed using the phenomenological research methodology. This paper reports the results of this research related to the presidents’ perceptions of their own leadership styles and philosophies.
- Leadership Philosophies,
- Leadership Styles,
- University Presidents
Citation InformationSusan R. Madsen. "Leadership Philosophies and Styles of Women University Presidents" Advancing Women in Leadership Journal Vol. 25 Iss. 1 (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_madsen/14/