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Presentation
Overcoming institutional challenges to building the pipeline of women and girl leaders (panel)
International Leadership Association Annual Conference (2017)
  • Susan R. Madsen
  • Jennifer Martineau
  • Abeer A Alharbi
  • Cathleen E Clerkin, Center for Creative Leadership
  • Regina Eckert, Center for Creative Leadership
Abstract
More and better leadership, quickly. These five words say it all, but how? Answers are complex. Making the challenge more difficult is that females — 51% of the world’s population — still fill only a small percentage of executive leadership positions. The intent of this session is to uncover the institutional barriers and opportunities for girls and women in leadership. Panelists from four countries will illustrate, drawing from research and practice, the ways in which institutions act to narrow the pipeline of women moving into leadership roles and — more importantly — will emphasize opportunities to broaden and fill this pipeline
Keywords
  • women leadership,
  • women
Publication Date
Fall October 13, 2017
Location
Brussels, Belgium
Citation Information
Susan R. Madsen, Jennifer Martineau, Abeer A Alharbi, Cathleen E Clerkin, et al.. "Overcoming institutional challenges to building the pipeline of women and girl leaders (panel)" International Leadership Association Annual Conference (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_madsen/296/