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Developing Women Leaders. Removing the Mystique. Louise Korver , Managing Partner Global Executive Development Partners, LLC. Your Presenter. Louise Korver Global Executive Development Partners, LLC. Agenda for Today. The Current State : What does the contemporary research have to offer?

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developing women leaders

Developing Women Leaders

Removing the Mystique

Louise Korver, Managing PartnerGlobal Executive Development Partners, LLC

your presenter
Your Presenter

Louise Korver

Global Executive Development Partners, LLC

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

agenda for today
Agenda for Today
  • The Current State: What does the contemporary research have to offer?
  • Is It A Sticky Floor: What’s the difference between a glass ceiling and women’s own development issues?
  • Who Has Developed Solutions That Work:A review of practices that have made a difference
  • What Are Your Specific Issues:Questions from the Audience

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

the research
The Research

McKinsey & Company, University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler/ICECR, Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Center for Creative Leadership, Huffington Post, , The 100 percent project,

20 First, Human Relations Journal on behalf of The Tavistock Institute, Academy of Management Learning & Education

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

key research findings
Key Research Findings

Women Are Their Own Problem

Women Need Specific Training

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

what are your questions
What Are Your Questions?

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

for further information
For Further Information
  • PDFs of Research and White Papers are available by contacting me
  • Follow me on Twitter LouKorver
  • Contact me through Email: louise.korver@gmail.com
  • Call me @ +1- 704.966.1037

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

bibliography resources
Bibliography & Resources
  • UNC Leadership Survey 2012: Women in Business
  • The New Business Imperative: Recruiting, Developing & Retaining Women in the Workplace, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
  • Unlock Leadership Potential – courageous leadership for women, CCL (www.ccl.org/community/couraageousWomenWebinar.aspx
  • Five Lessons About Women in Business, Wall Street Journal, http://blogs.wsj.com/source/2012/0417/five-lessons-about-women-in-business/?mod=wsj_ …. 4/25/2012
  • 20 First: Building Gender Balanced Business, http://www.20-first.com/1589-0-gender-role-reversal.html
  • Beneath the glass ceiling: Explaning gendered role segmentation in call centres, Human Relations 2011 64: 1291 originally published online 16 August 2011, http://hum.sagepub.com/content/64/10/1291

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

bibliography p2
Bibliography, p2
  • Does gender bias against female leaders persist? Quantitative and qualitative data from a large-scale study, Human Relations 2011 64: 1555 originally published online 14 November 2011, http://hum.sagepub.com/content/64/12/1555
  • Taking Gender Into Account: Theory and Design for Women’s Leadership Development Programs, Academy of management Learning & Education, 2011. Vol. 10, No. 3 474-493. http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/amle.2010.0046.
  • Men At Work: What They Want & Why It Matters for Women, The 100% project.
  • Are Women Better Leaders Than Men? Harvard Business Review, March 15, 2012
  • Nine Rules Women Must Follow to Get Ahead, Wall Street Journal. HTTP://ONLINE.WSJ.COM/ARTICLE/sbb0001424054702304723304577365712402273808.html.
  • Marcia Reynolds: What Ambition in Women Looks Like, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/marcia-reynolds/women-and-work_b_1484800.html?goba... 5/21/2012
  • How Women Can Get Ahead: Advice From Female CEOs, http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303879604577410520511235252.html.
  • Unlocking the full potential of women at work, McKinsey & Company. http://www.mckinsey.com/Client_Service/Organization/Latest_thinking/Women_at_Work 5/19/2012.
  • Best Practices Research on the Work of Leaders,Everything DiSC, 2011 Inscape Publishing, Inc.

Louise Korver, Association of Corporate Executive Coaches