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Describes a 1988 study by Quinn which identified eight managerial roles that managers must display if they are to be effective. The eight roles are innovator, broker, producer, director, co‐ordinator, monitor, facilitator and mentor. Reports on the present study where 149 managers, of which 35...
Examines the employment status of women employees working for two Japanese department stores in Hong Kong. Empirical evidence reveals that Japanese expatriate managers bring sexist cultural values, which discriminate against women in the host‐country environment, because a majority of local...
The mentor relationship has been identified as an important contributor to job and career success. Compares managerial and professional women with and without mentors on a variety of measures. These include personal demographic and situational characteristics, work outcomes and aspects of...
Analyses the content and methodology of personal development programmes as used within women‐only training. Although women‐only training programmes have increased over the last ten to 15 years, both in the UK and in the European Community, they have developed in an ad hoc pragmatic way....
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