International Journal of Career Management: Volume 3 Issue 4

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PERCEPTUAL BARRIERS TO LEADERSHIP: ADVANCEMENT FOR CORPORATE SECTOR WOMEN

June Kisch, Charles Ryan

Critical impediments for women in leadership positions, both in thecorporate and educational sector, continue to block progress. Identifiesbarriers to success from a…

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DESIRE FOR CAREER UPWARD MOBILITY AND WORKPLACE ADAPTATION

Fred A. Mael

Employee desires for promotions and upward mobility have beenthreatened by recent changes in organisations and workplacedemographics, leading to a call for reassessment of…

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LATE CAREER DISENGAGEMENT AND RETIREMENT SATISFACTION

Robert‐Paul Bourgeois, Thierry Wils

Examines the possible relationships between late careerdisengagement from work and satisfaction with and adaptation toretirement for a sample of 73 retirees. Also explores…

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CAREER TYPOLOGIES OF WOMEN MANAGERS AND ENTREPRENEURS

Leonie V. Still, Cecily D. Guerin

In recent years women have made considerable progress in managementand self‐employment. However, there has been little attempt to develop acareer development perspective…

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GRADUATE EDUCATION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL: A METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY STUDY

Phillip E. Messner, Charles W. Ryan, B. Charles Leonard

Examines the findings of a survey aimed at identifying theeducation needs of leadership personnel in institutions of highereducation within a metropolitan service area…

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ISSN:

0955-6214

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1995

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited