ERIC Number: ED177311
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Careers and Management: Strategies for Women Professionals. Pre Conference Seminar (Cincinnati, Ohio, March 24-25, 1979).
Riccardi, Toni; And Others
This report presents the proceedings of the pre-conference seminar, "Careers and Management: Strategies for Women Professionals," which concentrated on issues related to (1) practicing techniques and strategies which can be applied to on-the-job situations, especially as related to career advancement and (2) developing methods of overcoming problems and barriers which may hinder career growth for women in management and administration. Among the six presentations given were the following: Sex-Role Stereotyping and Socialization, by Cindy Woolbright, which focuses on the idea that the socialization process has been very different for men and women; Management Theories/Models, by Rufus Simmons, which summarizes data indicating the lack of women in positions of managerial and administrative leadership and reviews an alternative management system; Perspectives on Time: Developing Procedures for More Effective Operation, by Stayton Wood, which suggests a method of dealing with the predictable, the routine, and the annual responsibilities which all college union professionals encounter each year; and The Organizational Women: Dilemmas, Contradictions, and Strategies, by Judith Touchton, which emphasizes career management in the context of the institution or organization. (LRA)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Coll. Unions-International, Stanford, CA.
Note: Some pages in this document may not reproduce well due to light print ; Document prepared in collaboration with the Commission on Educational Programs and Services and the Women's Concerns Committee