The importance of mentoring and networking for women in management and administration has been identified in recent articles in Women in Management Review . Contributes to the growing body of literature in this area by examining some of the different sources of mentoring and kinds of networks available to women educators who are aspiring to higher educational administration posts in Australian Government schools. Argues that it is much easier for male teachers and male educational administrators to access power through mentoring and networking than it is for female teachers and female educational administrators because mentoring and networking have both been traditionally male dominated practices.
Women In Management Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1994
Keywords: Australia; Career development; Education; Equal opportunities; Management; Mentoring; Networking; Women
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