How Women Executives Succeed: Lessons and Experiences from the Federal Government

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Index
Academic fields, 122
Adaptability, 105, 138
Advanced Managers Workshop, 104
Adverse action, 96
Affirmative action, 147
Age, 123-125, 127, 131
Alcoholism, 97
All about How Government Works, lesson, 31, 38-39, 40 (fig.), 70, 73, 77, 84, 90, 103, 106, 122, 161
Altered Ambitions, 125
American Association of University Women, 148
American Bar Association, 117
American Management Association, 103
American Medical Association, 117
Andragogical model, 10
Anonymity, 29
Answers to the Mommy Track: How Wives and Mothers in Business Reach the Top and Balance Their Lives, 142
Argyris, Chris, 10
Assertiveness, 34
Assessment centers, 104
Assignments, 68-82; rotational, 105, 124
Associations, professional, 105
Attitudes, 146, 147-151; negative, 154
Balance between Work and Personal Life, lesson, 31, 65, 80, 99, 105, 109, 126, 127, 141-143, 146, 150, 151, 156
Barnard, Chester, 134
Barriers: general, 103, 141; invisible, 28, 54, 104, 146-148; removal of, 75, 151; statistical, 147, 150
Basic Management Values, event, 31, 63-64, 88
Being Tough When Necessary, lesson, 31, 65, 97, 109
Bennis, Warren, 2
Boredom, 90
Boss, 60, 65, 76, 78, 82, 94, 109, 137, 161; supportive, 83, 92, 93, 111; woman, 112
Bosses/Role Models event, 3, 39, 43, 67, 83-85, 86 (fig.), 89, 111-114, 161
Breaking the Glass Ceiling, 19
Briggs, Katharine, 9
Briles, Judith, 40
Brookfield, Stephen, 11
Budget, 42, 50, 102, 122, 132, 137, 139
Building alliances, 104
Building and Using Structure and Control Systems, lesson, 31, 65, 73, 77
Burtt, E. A., 10

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 5- The Experiences 67
  • Appendix A: Survey Questionnaire 165
  • Selected Bibliography 181
  • Index 187
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