Strengthening Women’s Leadership Identity: Part ILinkedIn (2018)
Past research has suggested that when a woman sees herself as a leader, her motivation to lead is strengthened, her engagement in the leadership process increases, she will seek out more leadership responsibilities, and she will more consciously look for opportunities to develop leadership skills. Hence, I’ve always worked from the notion that leadership identity is primarily within an individual’s own self-concept.
Publication DateSummer June 11, 2018
Citation InformationMadsen, S. R. (2018, June 11). Strengthening women’s leadership identity: Part I. LinkedIn. Retrieved from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/strengthening-womens-leadership-identity-part-i-susan-r-madsen/