Leadership Resources

 

Babcock, L. & Laschever, S.  Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide.  (Princeton University Press, 2003)

Book, G., Van Ummersen, C., & Hill, B.  Why the Best Man for the Job is a Woman: The Unique Female Qualities of Leadership.  (Harper Business, 2000)

Brown, G., Van Ummersen, C., & Hill, B.  Breaking the Barriers: A Guidebook of Strategies.  (American Council on Education, 2002).

Burke, R. & Nelson, D. L.  Advancing Women’s Careers.  (Blackwell Publishers, 2002)

Carter, S., Kim, J., Pond, A. and Wong, J Women Leading Change: A Resource for Women’s Leadership Journey.  (Women’s Leadership Circles, 2005)

Chinn, P.  Peace and Power: Creative Leadership for Building Community (sixth edition)  (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2004)

Collins, L., Chrisler, J. and Quina, K. (Eds).  Career Strategies for Women in Academe: Arming Athena.  (Sage Publications, 1998)

DeMott, B.  Killer Woman Blues: Why Americans Can’t Think Straight about Gender and Power  (Houghton Mifflin, 2000).

Grzelakowski, M.  Mother Leads Best: 50 Women Who Are Changing the Way Organizations Define Leadership.  (Dearborn Publications, 2005)

Kolb, D. M., Williams, J. & Frohlinger, C.  Her Place at the Table: A Woman’s Guide to Negotiating Five Key Challenges to Leadership Success.  (Jossey-Bass, 2004)

Kolodny, A.  Failing the Future: A Dean Looks at Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century.  (Duke University Press, 1998)

Meyerson, D.  Tempered Radicals: How Everyday Leaders Inspire Change at Work.  (Harvard Business School Press, 2003)

Longman, K., & Madsen, S. (Eds).  Women & Leadership in Higher Education (a volume in the International Leadership Association Series – Woomen and Leadership: Research, Theory, and Practice). (Information Age Publishing, 2014)

Manual, T., Shefte, S., & Swiss, D. J.  Women’s Leadership Styles in Today’s Workplace.  (Radcliffe Public Policy Institute, 1999)

Martin, N. & Bloom, J.  Career Aspirations and Expeditions: Advancing Your Career in Higher Education Administration.  (Stipes Publishing, 2003)

Nidiffer, J. & Bashaw, C. T. (Eds.).  Women Administrators in Higher Education: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.  (SUNY Press, 2001)

Pasque, P. & Nicholson, S. (Eds.). Empowering Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs: Theory, Research, Narratives, and Practice from Feminist Perspectives. (Stylus Publishing, 2011)

Powell, G. N. (Ed.).  Handbook of Gender and Work.  (Sage Publications, 1999)

Rhode, D. L. (Ed.).  The Difference “Difference” Makes: Women and Leadership.  (Stanford Law and Politics, 2003)

Ropers-Huilman, B. (Ed.).  Gendered Futures in Higher Education: Critical Perspectives for Change.  (SUNY Press, 2003)

Ruderman, M. N. & Ohlott, P. J.  Standing at the Crossroads: Next Steps for High-Achieving Women.  (Jossey-Bass, 2002)

Sandbeg, S.  Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead.  (Alfred Knopf, 2014)

Tannen, D.  Talking from 9 to 5: How Women’s and Men’s Styles Affect Who Gets Heard, Who Gets Credit, and What Gets Done at Work.  (W. Morrow, 1994).

Valian, V.  Why So Slow? The Advancement of Women.  (The MIT Press, 1998)

Zichy, S.  Women and the Leadership Q.  (McGraw-Hill, 2001)