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COM 380 / WGS 301: Women in Leadership Fall 2015. M/W/F 1:20 – 2 : 2 7pm taught by Beth Talbert Women and Men of all majors welcome Explore the research about leadership as experienced by women in a variety of communication contexts.

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com 380 wgs 301 women in leadership fall 2015

COM 380 / WGS 301:Women in LeadershipFall 2015

M/W/F 1:20 – 2:27pm taught by Beth Talbert

Women and Men of all majors welcome

Explore the research about leadership as experienced by women in a variety of communication contexts.

Learn historical and contemporary views of women in leadership.

Meet successful women and hear their stories of struggle and success.

Navigate leadership with more confidence.

Communication majors: this course counts toward the Interpersonal Requirement

Is the path to leadership more complex for women?

Do women manage leadership, power, conflict, and authority differently than men?

Do the decisions of young professional women impact their long-term success as leaders?

How do theories of gender and leadership inform our practice as leaders?

Is it possible for women leaders to “have it all?”