Which gender supplies better leaders for organizations? Based on research conducted by Zenger Folkman, the authority in strengths-based leadership development, the answer is rather clear and quite shocking. As far as the 16 researched differentiating leadership competencies are concerned women excelled in a majority of areas.Read More
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Student evaluations of teaching (SETs) often have important effects on promotion, tenure, and meritraises, even if only through the negative effects that poor evaluations can have on these decisions (Langbein 1994).Read More
Nathalie (all names in this article are disguised), a senior marketing manager at a multinational consumer goods company and a contender for chairman in her country, was advised by her boss to raise her profile locally.Read More
Women represent a persistently low proportion of faculty in senior and leadership roles in medical schools, despite an adequate pipeline.Read More
Explanations for women’s underrepresentation in math-intensive fields of science often focus on sex discrimination in grant and manuscript reviewing, interviewing, and hiring. Claims that women scientists suffer discrimination in these arenas rest on a set of studies undergirding policies and programs aimed at remediation. DOWNLOAD THE PDFRead More
Human meaning is not given before language in and by some detached, prelinguistic domain and then labeled with words. Rather, language itself, always already ardently at play in our lives, is constitutive of the realities of our experience, opening up to us a uniquely human world.Read More