Department

Management & Entrepreneurship

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-2013

Abstract

The overarching goals of this study were to explore the views of women in leadership and their opinions as to who and what strategies have most helped them develop as leaders. To explore these topics, the authors admistered a survey and used NVivo 9 and axial and selective coding to analyze the results. Two themes emerged from the data; 1) United States women leaders value action over vision, and 2) they seek to be leaders in all areas of their lives, not just at work. Encouragingly, other women and workplaces are noted as contriubuting to the women’s leadership development. The authors conclude that these findings can be used pedagogically to strengthen women’s leadership development programs in institutions of higher learning.

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