The ‘Flaws’ with Women in Leadership

Contributor: Doug Wilwerding
Posted: 05/06/2010
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Recently I had the privilege of being a panelist at a local university that exclusively enrolls women. Among a full complement of course offerings in various disciplines, the college of business offers a Masters in Organizational Leadership. It is an outstanding program run by a dynamic and successful business woman. The students range in age


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Doug Wilwerding
Contributor: Doug Wilwerding