ILA's Women and Leadership Affinity Group Inaugural Conference 2013-Jun-09 to 2013-Jun-13

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ACE EFFORTS TO PROMOTE WOMEN’S ADVANCEMENT IN THE ACADEMY
 Bobby, Kim.

ADVANCING CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE IN A K-12 ENVIRONMENT
 Valencic-Miller, Olivia.

AN EXPLORATION OF INSTITUTIONAL CLIMATE AND SUPPORTS ENABLING CAREER GROWTH FOR FEMALE LEADERS AT UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY
 Wairepo, Anne. and Seymour, Susan.

ASCENSION PATTERNS AND EXPERIENCES OF FEMALE TRUSTEE BOARD CHAIRPERSONS
 Scott, Heather.

AUTOETHNOGRAPHIC LEADER INTROSPECTION: WHY AM I AFRAID TO BLOW MY OWN HORN?
 Hernandez, Kathy-Ann.

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BENCHMARKING WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP
 Gangone, Lynn Marie.

BEYOND ESSENTIALISM AND SATISFICING: HOW WOMEN NAVIGATE THE COMPLEXITIES OF ROLE STRAIN AND SEEK BALANCE AS LEADERS
 Visser, Sarah.

BREAKING THE GLASS CEILING: WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
 Leverett, Merium.

BUILDING COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP: THE IMPACT OF HOUSING AND A HOUSING MODEL ON FEMALE HOMEOWNERS
 Birmingham, Beth. and Nickerson, Lisa.

BUILDING PATHWAYS TO POSITIVE INFLUENCE: A CASE STUDY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACADEMY FOR CULTIVATING TALENT
 Joyner, Fredricka.

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CONTRIBUTORS TO WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: A LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION
 Lafreniere, Shawna.

CROSS CULTURAL AWAKENING: EXPERIENCING WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
 Getz, Cheryl., Dujowich, Crystal. and Sabatini, Elisa.

CROSSING THE GREAT DIVIDES: THE STORY OF A FEW WOMEN, A CURRICULUM, AND A JOURNEY BEYOND BARS
 Harris, LaDonna., Wolf, Maura. and Appling-Cabading, Tammy.

CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE CARE
 Resendez, Misty.


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DO LOCUS OF CONTROL, NATIONALITY AND GENDER PREDICT HOW INDIVIDUAL PERCEIVE THEIR LEADERS?
 Dronnen-Schmidt, Merethe.

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EMPOWERING PRESENT AND PROMISING LEADERS TO ACHIEVE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY (FNS) IN IRAN AND ITS REGIONAL EXPANSION
 Davari, Azadeh.

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FACULTY OF COLOR AT PREDOMINATELY WHITE INSTITUTIONS: UTILIZING MENTORING AS A METHOD OF LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
 Elbert, Chanda.

FEMALE STUDENT SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF LEADERSHIP IN THE ARAB MIDDLE EAST
 DeFrank-Cole, Lisa.

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GENDER AND CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE
 Barnes, Joanne.

GENDERED LEADERSHIP IN FAITH-BASED HIGHER EDUCATION: RELATIONSHIPS, AUTHENTICITY, AND COMMUNICATIVE INFLUENCE
 Longman, Karen., Daniels, Jessica. and O\'Connor, Candy.

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HERS: ADVANCING WOMEN LEADERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
 White, Judith.

HOW WOMEN CREATE – GENDER DIFFERENCES IN CREATIVE THINKING AND ACHIEVEMENT
 Roberts, Julia.

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IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR EARLY-TO-MID-STAGE WOMEN
 Gangone, Lynn Marie.

INTEGRAL LEADERSHIP: WOMEN IN MEDICAL CANNABIS
 Nelson, Regina.

IRON SHARPENS IRON: COLLEGE WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP STYLES, INFLUENCES, SUCCESSES, AND CHALLENGES
 Haber-Curran, Paige.

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LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT: A MODEL FOR FEMALE SPORT LEADERS
 Lovelin, Margaret. and Hanold, Maylon.

LEADERSHIP AND PERSONAL AWAKENING FOR WOMEN
 Dujowich, Crystal.

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: LESSONS FROM FEMALE LEADERS IN MALAWI
 Madimbo, Maggie.


LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITY IN MENTORING ORGANIZATION NEWCOMERS
 Dow, Roselynn.

LOCATING WORKING SINGLE PARENTS IN SCHOLARLY LITERATURE, 2012: A CALL FOR LEADERSHIP
 Cloninger, Susan.

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MEDIA PORTRAYALS OF WOMEN LEADERS
 Davidson, Katie.

MENTORING CHRISTIAN WOMEN STUDENTS: APPLICABILITY OF FEMINIST, DEVELOPMENTAL, AND CHRISTIAN-IDENTIFIED MODELS
 Tangenberg, Kathleen.

MILITARY WOMEN LEADING CHANGE IN FAMILY AND WORK
 Smith, David.

MOTIFS OF RESISTANCE: CORPORATE BLACK WOMEN EXECUTIVES OPPOSING GENDERED (EVERYDAY) RACISM
 Jordan, Cheryl.

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NAVIGATING THE LABYRINTH: AN INTERSECTIONAL INTERROGATION OF THREE IMMIGRANT WOMEN OF COLOR IN ACADEME
 Hernandez, Kathy-Ann., Ngunjiri, Faith. and Chang, Heewon.

NIGHTINGALE, CURIE, AND ROOSEVELT AS EXEMPLARS OF THE FABULOUS FIVE DIMENSIONS OF CENTERED LEADERSHIP
 Conrad, Kelley., Metros, Anastasia. and Shambaugh, Barbara.

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OH THE STORIES WE TELL: PERCEPTIONS OF FEMALE UNIVERSITY LEADERS CONSTRUCTED FROM MEDIA IMAGES
 Hyatt, L.

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PEER LEARNING GROUPS FOR DEVELOPING TOP WOMEN LEADERS
 Fitzpatrick, Anne.

PLASTIC WOMAN AND CARDBOARD MAN: GENDER DIVERSITY ON CORPORATE BOARDS
 Klenke, Karin.

PREPARING FEMALE SPORT MANAGEMENT STUDENTS FOR LEADERSHIP
 Leberman, Sarah. and Shaw, Sally.

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RADICAL LEADERSHIP: LESSONS FROM HEROIC AFRICAN WOMEN LEADERS
 Ngunjiri, Faith.

RAISING DAUGHTERS TO BECOME LEADERS
 Madsen, Susan.


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SERIOUS PLAY: CHANGING YOUR COMMUNITY BY LOVING LIFE AND WORK
 Booysen, Adele.

SHE'S NOT ALONE: AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS ACROSS SIX SECTORS IN THE GREATER TORONTO AREA
 Cukier, Wendy., Hodson, Jaigris., Holmes, Mark. and Roach, Erin.

SPORTS AS PROXIMAL PREPARATION FOR WOMEN'S EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP
 Gedro, Julie.

SUPPORTING WOMEN IN GRADUATE LEADERSHIP EDUCATION
 Sader, Jennifer.

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TAKING ON POWER: WOMEN LEADERS IN EVANGELICAL MISSION ORGANIZATIONS
 Dzubinski, Leanne.

TELLING TALES OUT OF SCHOOL: GENDER, AUTHENTICITY AND LEADERSHIP
 Gardiner, Rita.

THE DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESS OF FEMALE LEADERSHIP IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 Johnston, Audy. and Langlois, Ann.

THE EFFECTS OF LOCUS OF CONTROL AND GENDER ON IMPLICIT LEADERSHIP PERCEPTION
 Tonkin, Thomas.

THE GIRLS LEADERSHIP FORUMS: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR GIRLS
 Cunningham, Dianne.

THE MANY FACES OF MENTORING: A NEW PERSPECTIVE FROM EXECUTIVE WOMEN
 Bleil, Patricia.

THE PERPLEXITIES OF POLITICAL WOMEN
 Moore, Dawn.

THE POWER OF PLACE-BASED NETWORKS FOR WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
 Secrest, Kerry. and Solomon, Marla.

THE PRESENCE OF WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP: SRI LANKA GLOBAL STUDY COURSE
 Getz, Cheryl.

THE QUEST OF THE FEMALE EMPTY NESTER COLLEGE STUDENT: WHERE ARE THEIR MENTORS?
 Johnston, Audy. and Ellington, Linda.


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB SATISFACTION AND CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP
 Holloway, Kari.

THE SHE EXPERIENCE: FANTASY, REALITY, TRAGEDY, MYSTERY….WHAT IS THE REAL LIVED REALITY FOR WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP?
 Sulpizio, Lorri.

THE SHIFTING SANDS OF COMPETITION: DIFFERENCES IN COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR AMONG FEMALE AND MALE MANAGERS
 Lipman-Blumen, Jean. and Robinson, Jill.

THE SOCIO-CULTURAL AND LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES OF LATINA FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS: A TRAVÉS DE SUS VOCES (THROUGH THEIR VOICES)
 Maes, Johanna.

THE SUCCESSFUL NAVIGATION OF INVOLUNTARY JOB LOSS BY FEMALE PROFESSIONALS
 Cunningham, Debra.

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VILLAGE AWAKENING: AVENUES FOR WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
 Sabatini, Elisa.

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WHAT ABOUT "WOMEN-ONLY" LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT?
 Kassotakis, Mary Ellen.

WHAT GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS CAN DO TO REDUCE LEADERSHIP RISK, INCREASE SPEED TO COMPETENCE, AND BUILD GLOBAL LEADERSHIP MUSCLE
 Terrell, Steve. and Rosenbusch, Katie.

WHAT'S FAITH GOT TO DO WITH IT? WHEN GENDER, RACE, AND FAITH EXPECTATIONS COLLIDE FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN LEADERS
 Burk, Tamara., Salane, Linda. and Spigner, Katrina.

WOMEN AS EFFECTIVE COLLABORATIVE LEADERS: EXPLORING GENDER-INFLECTED LEADERSHIP STYLES
 Forrest, Sharon.

WOMEN LEADING HIGHER EDUCATION: ON OUR WAY OR STALLED?
 White, Judith. and Hannum, Kelly.

WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION: PAST AND PRESENT EXPERIENCES OF "GOING FOR" AND GOING FORWARD
 Porterfield, Deana. and Tangenberg, Kathleen.

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP ASPIRATIONS IN MALE-NORMED CULTURES: WHAT CAN BE LEARNED FROM FAITH-BASED HIGHER EDUCATION?
 Longman, Karen., Daniels, Jessica., Liddell, Wendy. and Lamm Bray, Debbie.

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: TRANSGENERATIONAL LEARNING ACROSS CULTURES
 Solomon, Marla.

WORK AND FAMILY EXPECTATIONS OF MILITARY WOMEN LEADERS
 Smith, David. and Rosenstein, Judith.
ILA's Women and Leadership Affinity Group Inaugural Conference 2013-Jun-09 to 2013-Jun-13
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