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Women and Leadership
Transcript of Women and Leadership
Intercultural Contexts Allison N. Evans What's in It For You? Jessica Simpson The Price of Beauty Research
Findings What the scholars say Academic Research Media and News Research Women's Current Events Pop Culture Same Different Differences and Similarities
In Research Ask the Professionals! Interviews Jennifer Krieg Brittany Timmons VP of Leasing Operations Manager of Marketing/HR Same Different Differences and Similarities
In Interviews Research Findings Results the "big picture" What about my personal experiences? Strategies to Increase Sucess! be confident be knowledgeable be respectful Overview 2003 Foreign Policy: Why The World Needs More Nancy Alexandra Starr March 25, 2010 Muslim Women Debate Gender Segregation in Mosques NPR Radio March 12, 2010 Women Scientists Take Role in Rebuilding Iraq NPR Radio February 28, 2010 Cayetano forms Cordillera women's Group Sun Star Newspaper March 26, 2010 Clinton lauds Indian women leaders Calcutta News March 24, 2010 2010 Dr. Grace Augustine Avatar 2010 2009 Know your stuff!
Real life experience Be your best!
Know the audience Confidence
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