The Gender in Management SIG and the Leadership and Leadership Development SIG are pleased to invite you to attend the “Women and Leadership: Taking stock and challenges” event. This is the first of a two-webinar series that focuses on Women and Leadership.
There has been an enduring interest in the topic of women and leadership. A lot of research studies have sought to examine leadership effectiveness and the rise of female leaders. Nevertheless, though there has been a rise in the number of women in leadership positions, the question still remains; “Why are women underrepresented in elite leadership positions?”
A consideration of the effects of gender on leadership has important implications for a comprehensive understanding of leadership. Understanding the obstacles and invisible barriers (i.e. the glass ceiling) preventing women from ascending into elite leadership positions will help eradicate inequality in today’s world.
In view of the rapid changes to work and workplaces, we need to reflect more insightfully about women in leadership, taking stock of what has been achieved so far and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. This event looks to reflect on the relationship between gender and leadership and how these shapes the experiences of women leaders.
This event is designed for academics, practitioners, researchers and policy makers. The speakers will be sharing on the relationship between gender and leadership, with a specific focus on women and leadership. Challenges and thoughts to set theory and practice agendas for the new decade will be the focus of the day.
This event will take place on Tuesday, 27 October, between 12:00pm and 13:00 UK time
Who Should Attend?
This event will be of interest and relevance to academics, practitioners, policy makers, researchers, students, and those interested in the relationship between gender and leadership, women and leadership and leadership development.
Benefits of Attendance
- Gaining new insights on contemporary approaches to gender and leadership
- Reflecting on the diverse challenges and opportunities facing women in leadership positions
- Developing awareness of issues central to the relationship between gender and leadership
- Engaging in learning and networking with others in the field
- Developing a more androgynous conception of leadership and identifying the potential areas for improvement
This is an online event
- Professor Valerie Stead; Professor of Leadership and Management, Lancaster University Management School
- Anne-Marie McTavish; Head of Business School, University of Worcester
- Dr Christian Harrison; School of Business and Enterprise, University of the West of Scotland
- Dr Jenny Rodriguez; Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
Gender in Management SIG and Leadership and Leadership Development SIG
Further Events in the Series
Women and Leadership: Equitable and Sustainable Futures for Women in Leadership, on 17 November 2020. Register now to this future event via the following link: here
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BAM Members: free
BAM Student Members: free
Non-BAM Members: £50
Non-BAM Student Members: £25
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Cancelation Policy - Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancelation is made 4 weeks prior to the event. After this, full payment will be required. BAM reserves the right to cancel the event if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
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