Supporting Women’s Career Advancement

Supporting Women’s Career Advancement

Challenges and Opportunities

New Horizons in Management series

Edited by Ronald J. Burke and Mary C. Mattis

This book documents the progress that managerial and professional women have made in advancing their careers, and the challenges and opportunities that remain. In the context of increasing numbers of women entering the workplace and indeed pursuing professional and managerial careers, it examines why so few women occupy the top positions in corporations.

Chapter 7: Women at midlife: changes, challenges and contributions

Judith R. Gordon and Karen S. Whelan-Berry

Subjects: business and management, diversity and management, gender and management, organisational behaviour


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