Gender in Management: Volume 24 Issue 6


An International Journal

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Career advancement and family balance strategies of executive women

Souha R. Ezzedeen, Kristen G. Ritchey

The purpose of this paper is to explore coping strategies devised by executive women in family relationships to advance their career and to maintain career/family balance.


Arab women managers and identity formation through clothing

Katlin Omair

The purpose of this paper is to explore how Arab women managers construct their social identities through the meanings they ascribe to their clothing while pursuing managerial…


Have they learnt to interrupt?: Comparing how women management students and senior women managers in Australia perceive workplace communication dilemmas

Mary Barrett

Changing language ideology and the decreased popularity of overt feminism suggest that aspiring female managers may be less influenced than senior women managers by the gender of…


Mentoring experiences of successful women across the Americas

Silvia Inés Monserrat, Jo Ann Duffy, Miguel R. Olivas‐Luján, John M. Miller, Ann Gregory, Suzy Fox, Terri R. Lituchy, Betty Jane Punnett, Neusa María Bastos F. Santos

The purpose of this paper is to compare women's mentoring experience in nine countries within the Americas, and to explore linkages between personal characteristics, mentoring…

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