Who Gets to be an Executive from a ‘Minijob’?

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Abstract

Despite societal changes in the past decades and their influence on the social roles of men and women, women are still underrepresented in leadership positions. Nevertheless, specific tasks and situations might even lead to an advantage for female leaders. In this interview, Alice Eagly discusses the boundary conditions of successful leadership behavior and promising strategies for creating those conditions in society and organizations alike.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAuswahl von Männern und Frauen als Führungskräfte
Subtitle of host publicationPerspektiven aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Medien und Politik
EditorsIsabell Puppy, Prisca Brosi, Lisa Ritzenhofer, Tanja Blackmiller
PublisherSpringer Gabler
Pages91-103
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)978-3-658-09468-3
StatePublished - 2015

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    Eagly, A. H. (2015). Who Gets to be an Executive from a ‘Minijob’? In I. Puppy, P. Brosi, L. Ritzenhofer, & T. Blackmiller (Eds.), Auswahl von Männern und Frauen als Führungskräfte: Perspektiven aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Medien und Politik (pp. 91-103). Springer Gabler.