Opportunity
Examine Expectations
Forging New Pathways
Consider Your Networks
Leadership Development
What can organizations do?
Resilience The wind does not break a tree that bends – it is the rigid tree that resists the wind and breaks (old Sakuma p...
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Women In Educational Leadership

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The professional presence of women in the field of education has traditionally outnumbered male presence, yet the proportionate role in educational leadership does not correlate. Three models; Mediocracy, Discrimination, and Women’s Place have been proposed and examined as the reason for this disparity. Research speculates that the reason may be more complex than these proposed models. The development of transformational leadership styles in female educators has increased their presence in leadership roles, however, additional factors of societal expectations, organizational structures, interpersonal relationships, and individual understandings should be conducted to examine the lack of females in educational leadership roles.

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Women In Educational Leadership

  1. 2. Opportunity
  2. 3. Examine Expectations
  3. 4. Forging New Pathways
  4. 5. Consider Your Networks
  5. 6. Leadership Development
  6. 7. What can organizations do?
  7. 8. Resilience The wind does not break a tree that bends – it is the rigid tree that resists the wind and breaks (old Sakuma proverb)

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