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Susan R. Madsen

2014

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Lessons Learned From Women University Presidents (Moderator: Three Presidents), Susan R. Madsen Oct 2014

Lessons Learned From Women University Presidents (Moderator: Three Presidents), Susan R. Madsen

Susan R. Madsen

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Ila Launches New Book Series, Karen Longman, Susan R. Madsen Sep 2014

Ila Launches New Book Series, Karen Longman, Susan R. Madsen

Susan R. Madsen

Despite lots of talk about having a shared commitment to advancing more women into senior-level leadership across all types of organizations and institutions, progress has been discouragingly slow. In a new book series, “Women and Leadership: Research, Theory, and Practice,” launched by the International Leadership Association in concert with Information Age Publishing, provocative questions are being asked about the
status quo, encouragers and discouragers to women’s leadership advancement, what strategies are working, and whether or not the “pipeline” is a helpful metaphor for addressing the challenges
that still confront high-potential women.